SPRINGBANK'S under-18 side has already created history, but can go one step further tomorrow.
The Tigers became the club's first junior football side to reach a grand final when they defeated Clunes by 16 points last weekend.
Springbank, under the guidance of coach Mick Rix, lost just one game during the home and away season en route to the minor premiership, and after a mini finals blip, will meet Daylesford in a fight for the flag at Eureka Stadium.
The Bulldogs, who finished fourth, were upset nine-point winners over the Tigers in the qualifying final a few weeks ago and then overcame Buninyong in Sunday's preliminary final.
Daylesford is chasing its second under-18 premiership, having last been crowned champions in 2009.
Kicking off a big day of grand final action will be under-15 combatants Beaufort and Dunnstown.
The Crows and the Towners finished the regular season in first and second spots respectively, and both progressed to the play-off game with comfortable qualifying and preliminary final wins.
Beaufort, which is chasing its second under-15 premiership, won the teams' only encounter this season by 51 points way back in round one.
If successful tomorrow, Dunnstown will claim its third flag.
Prior to the senior clash, Buninyong heads in as favourites to win a record ninth reserves premiership.
The Bombers, who topped the ladder after the home and away rounds, will look to add to their 1997, 1999, 2001-2003, 2005, 2009 and 2010 triumphs when they meet reigning champs Waubra.
Buninyong was comfortable 31-point winners over the Roos in round 12 and 37-point victors in the qualifying final.