Wesley Curtin are looking to create history in the WA Amateur Football League on Saturday they take on two-time reigning premiers University in the A-Grade grand final at Medibank Stadium.
Wesley were the 2012 B-Grade premiers and should they win on Saturday they will be the first team to be promoted to A-Grade and win the premiership in the same year.
The Tigers finished second on the ladder but defeated top team University by a point in the second semi-final.
Wesley Curtin coach and former Perth, East Fremantle, Melbourne and Carlton star Earl Spalding said he knew the significance of this weekend's game.
"The club has never won an A-Grade premiership, so to do that regardless of where we were last year would be an immense achievement."
Spalding, who played in Carlton's 1995 premiership team among his 211 AFL games, predicted another very close game. "Both teams are very evenly matched," he said.
University will be looking to create their own club history, striving to win their third consecutive A-Grade premiership.WAAFL grand finals at Medibank Stadium, Leederville
A Grade - Wesley Curtin v University (2.30pm)
A Reserves - Trinity Aquinas v North Beach (12.15pm)
Phil Scott Colts - Trinity Aquinas v University (10am)