Cootamundra will host the Group Nine juniors on Saturday for the first round of semi finals.
The junior Bulldogs are represented in almost every age group.
“Having this many sides in the finals is an amazing feat and goes to show the strength and depth of the club which have fielded a side in every age this year,” junior club president Luke Dabin said.
“The dedication of the coaches and the skills they have taught had the kids and most important how great of sports people our kids are.”
At 9.30am the under 10s boys and under 12s league tag girls will play first.
The under 10s snatched the minor premiership from Turvey Park after a big win against Wagga Magpies. If they win this weekend, it’s straight into the grand final.
The under 12s girls will play Harden/Boorowa and is a must win for them if they want to progress to the next round.
Dabin said the under 11s was a local derby with Young.
“(Cootamundra) haven't been able to get past Young yet but they are primed and ready to go as a win will put them straight into the grand final,” he said.
The under 12s boys will need to come out firing as Harden’s Bush Hawks have some tricks up their sleeve.
“This should be an entertaining game to watch with some big hitters and impact player and the try scoring machine Darcey O'Toole who has already amassed 80 tries this season will be wanting to put on a show in front of their home crowd,” Dabin said.
The under 14s league tag are the defending premiers and will play Young, first-grader Renae Glanville will be guiding the team as they aim for a grand final berth.
Dabin said the under 13s would need to create some momentum against Wagga Magpies, but had great form coming into the semis.
Cootamundra’s under 16s league tag will play an undefeated Young, they will be channeling their last round win against Magpies, Dabin said they were ready to make statement.
Saturday’s final game is at 2.30pm with the under 15s playing Turvey Park.
“This team has been building all year and gaining players and momentum as the year went on,” Dabin said.
“This will be a tough and physically demanding game for these young men but have proven of late they can handle it well.
“This will be one to make sure you watch.”