For the second time in the last three years, Robb and St Albert's College will face off in New England Rugby Union's first grade grand final.
At the time, it was described by some as the best New England Rugby Union grand final in years and Robb co-coach Sam Ditchfield is expecting this year's to be equally as exciting.
"It will be a tight game, I am expecting it to be a tight, very hard-fought tussle," he said.
"It is going to be one hell of an entertaining game of footy.
"I am really excited.
"It will be a game worth watching I would expect."
Ditchfield's team have led the competition for most of the year and have beaten their college counterparts on three occasions.
Although they've dominated previous encounters, Ditchfield said they "don't underestimate the opposition at all."
"Anyone that has been involved in grand finals realises that both teams are equal and who performs on the on the day, wins it," he said.
"We have played Albies three times before Easter and that last game we played them was where they started to improve.
"It was a very tough game and in all three games we have played them the scoreline hasn't matched closeness of the game.
"Anyone that has been involved in grand finals realises that both teams are equal and who performs on the on the day, wins it."
On the other side of the ledger, Albies co-coach Scott Waterson believes Robb will start favourites, and deservedly so.
"They're minor premiers, finished 15 points clear of us on the table, have three solid wins over us this season, and a great win in the major to take the direct route to the big dance," he said.
"They have an experienced side that are reigning premiers, and wise old heads in Sam Ditchfield and Fatty [Robb co-coach Dave McCathie] who will keep a lid on them.
"It's definitely Robb's to lose."
But Albies are on a roll.
They haven't lost a game since round 11 and Waterson said there is belief in their camp.
"Obviously we're confident in ourselves having put together five in a row," he said.
"That confidence is tempered by a healthy respect for our opponents, who have been the form team of the season.
"That said, our wins have earned us a ticket to Bellevue on Saturday, and the side has a collective self-belief in their ability."
Waterson also alluded to his team's win-less record against Robb this season.
"We haven't played each other for a long time and I'm sure both sides are more complete than in May when we last met," he said.
"We're 0 and 3 against them this year so we know we have to be better than we have been previously.
"We will need to match them for physicality and pace, be disciplined, and play the full 80 minutes to be in the running."
Robb's last two outings have seen them tackle their way to wins with a lack of possession in the second-halves.
Ditchfield is hoping they can turn that around and hold onto the ball in the big dance.
"We have done plenty of tackling," he said.
"Possession is the key, it is very hard to score a try or kick it if you don't have the ball and it is actually very hard to get penalties if you don't have the ball. The defending team is the one that tends to leak the penalties so possession is important and defence is important."
In terms of who they will line up with, Robb won't look too different from the side who beat Tamworth in the major semi-final to qualify for the decider.
"We have only got one change from the team that ran on on the major semi-final," Ditchfield said.
"Charlie Pittman is out with a busted AC, that just means Max Manson comes back into nine where he has played all year.
"He played 70 of the 80 minutes of the major semi final having played one game of second grade and was one of the best on the paddock."
Not only will Robb and Albies collide in the top tier decider, but the second grade final will be between the two colleges.
Robb finished as minor premiers and Ditchfield was quick to credit the squad for helping out first grade when needed.
"Second grade have been our most consistent team in the club. They have had to manage, we have started 30 guys in first grade and that means we have had start 30 different guys in second grade as well," he said.
The third grade grand final will be a battle between minor premiers the Glen Innes Elks and Tamworth. Fourth grade will be between Tamworth and Albies. In a remarkable season, Robb's women's sevens team have come from fourth on the table to book a grand final spot against three time grand finalists the Barbets.
"Our girls side is phenomenal," Ditchfield said.
"At the begin of the year and they would agree, they struggled and they have worked so hard at learning to catch, learning to pass, a few of the older girls have come back from injury and has boosted them.
"I think it took them four weeks to score their first try and six or eight weeks to win their first game but to make the grand final from fourth position is a credit and example of what you can do if you train hard and have a bit of self-belief."