Redan and East Point will be playing for more than premiership points in AFL Goldfields senior women's football on Sunday.
There is potentially premiership favouritism on the line and even more prestigiously the Lucas Girls Centenary Shield.
The shield was struck last year to mark the centenary of the first recorded game of women's football in Ballarat.
The match was between textile workers from Ballarat's Lucas Factory and Melbourne's Commonwealth Clothing Factory at Eastern Oval in 1918 to raise funds for the Arch of Victory and Avenue of Honour.
A report in The Courier at the time stated that more than 7000 spectators attended.
Redan and Ballarat played off for the shield last season.
However, with the Swans not having a senior women's team this season, Redan's encounter with East Point was selected for the historic recognition.
Reigning premier Redan is two games clear of East Point at the top of the ladder with two rounds to play.
Redan is unbeaten in 10 games and knows a win will lock away the minor premiership.
East Point has lost twice, including the Dragons' only meeting with Redan back in round six.
Their Sunday encounter at the City Oval kicks off at 1.10pm.