It was a good way to finish the home and away season for the Coota Blues who won both matches at Joe O'Connor Park in Yass.
Played in freezing cold and windy conditions, the women started the day's proceedings by winning their first match since round two, defeating Eastlake by 16 points, 3-8-24 to 1-2-8.
Meanwhile, the men played their toughest match of the season against the Yass Roos.
In a see-sawing, low-scoring affair where the lead changed a few of times late in the match, the Blues prevailed by just five points, booting a goal and a point in the last two minutes.
Final score Coota 7-9-51 to Yass 6-10-46.
The final quarter was a torrid affair with the Blues booting 1-6 and the Roos 1-4, and in a tense final five minutes, the match was up for grabs.
The Roos goaled with four minutes left the match, then Tom Brody goaled for the Blues with two minutes left.
This was followed by Aaron Basham with a long distance shot on the siren, which resulted in a point, giving the Blues an exciting five-point win.
A good, tough match leading into the finals is just what the Blues needed and their win sees them undefeated through the entire home and away season of 15 matches
However, the Blues really missed on-baller Dylan McDermott who always gives them plenty of drive out of the centre.
McDermott was rested with a couple of niggles but he should be ready to go for Saturday's major semi-final.
Blues captain Phil Bird who played his 100th consecutive match, was one of his team's best, while dominant performances came from coach Luke Webb, Joel Pearson and ruckman Sam Baldock.
Best: Phil Bird, Sam Baldock, Luke Webb, Joel Pearson, Aaron Basham and Zac Oliver.
Goals: Sandy Maskell Knight (2), Luke Webb, Zac Oliver, Tom Brody, James Collingridge and Joel Pearson.
In the other two final round games played on Saturday, like the Blues/ Yass match, the weather conditions ensured low-scoring results.
Belconnen just snuck home defeating Murrumbateman by eight points 8-6-54 to the Eagles' 6-10-46.
Then the Southern Cats proved too strong for Goulburn at Snowy Oval by 17 points 9-9-63 to the Swans' 7-45-46.
Final ladder: Cootamundra 60, Southern Cats 40, Belconnen 32, Goulburn 24, Murrumbateman 12 (69.70) and Yass 12 (65.05).
Next Saturday the Blues host the Southern Cats in the major semi-final.
A win in Saturday's match will see the Blues shoot straight into the grand final on Saturday August 31 in Queanbeyan.
Blues women score an exciting win
The Blues women finished their third season in AFL Canberra in fine style by defeating Eastlake by 16 points.
In only their third win of the season, the girls proved too strong for the fourth-placed Eastlake side booting 3-8-26 to 1-2-8.
Playing with minimum number of 14 players, the girls booted goals in the first, second and fourth quarters, while their opponent's only goal came in the first quarter.
At the conclusion of the match, coach Michaela Perceval thanked the players for their effort in a difficult season where numbers were low for most of the season.
Best: Sienna Bloor, Alyssa Armstrong, Michela Perceval, Sally Ormond, Regan Smith and Brittany Colbertaido.
Goals: Emily Poulton, Sienna Bloor and Alyssa Armstrong.
As seen by the final ladder, the Riverina Lions and Queanbeyan are miles ahead of Belconnen and Eastlake and should play off for silverware in the grand final.
Final ladder: Riverina Lions 56, Queanbeyan 52, Belconnen 24, Eastlake 20, Tuggeranong 12 (21.43), and Cootamundra 12 (20.0)
Noon: AFL Canberra Regional grade women's - Riverina Lions vs Queanbeyan
2pm: AFL Canberra Regional grade men's - Cootamundra vs Southern Cats
The Blues are expecting a decent crowd especially as the club has been on the road for the past five matches.
Their last match at Clarke Oval was way back on June 29.