Swifts' under-14 players will line up against Taylors Lake in the 2019 Horsham and District League grand final on Saturday.
In the Baggies last effort to take home a premiership, the junior players will be looking to make amends for the runners-up trophy they won last season.
With only 10 returning players this season, it's been a building block from the very first training session for coach Corey Fox.
"We had 14 players from last years team either move up into the next age group or move on to other clubs," Fox said.
"We knew we had 10 top age players last season that we would lose but we didn't expect a few to leave, but that's football.
"We had to build very quickly at the start of the season on the fly."
The Lakers are the arch rivals of the Baggies who turned around the 2018 30-point grand final loss with two wins during the 2019 season.
The Baggies fell eight point shorts against the Lakers in the second semi-final on August 31.
"To make the grand final again is a massive reward for the kids who have committed to the club," Fox said.
"We've definitely got better as the year goes on - the kids have worked really hard.
"We've trained since February and had a really big pre-season and to the credit of the players, it's paid off."
Fox said he was most impressed on how the players "have been prepared to work hard and listen".
"We've had a shocking year of injuries this season on top of some unavailability," he said.
"I don't think we've played the same group of players two weeks in a row all year.
"It's a credit to the younger kids coming in who have stepped up and all of the hard work and dedication across the board."
Swifts finished on top of the 2019 ladder, claiming 14 wins and two losses for the season.
Fox said going into the grand final he wanted the players to come away with no regrets.
"I hope they all do their best," he said. "My message will stay the same as it has been all year. Play to the game plan and work hard.
"If that's done the scoreboard will take care of itself."
Fox said the teams game plan was to involve all players within the team, something he feels is the best style of football and ensures participation from everyone who "turns up to play a game of football".
"I find we play our best football when we're sharing the ball around and everyone is getting involved." he said.
"You don't want to be a one man team, you want to get contributions from everyone.
"I've been lucky this season I have a really good bunch of older players who are really invested in helping develop their team mates along the way.
"My motto has always been if you work hard, lead to the football you will get it kicked to you."
The Baggies will run through basics at training this week before a barbeque dinner on Thursday night to celebrate the team.
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