THE Kootingal-Moonbi Roosters will be looking to continue a memorable year for the club with an impressive performance in Saturday's women's nines competition.
After featuring in the Group 4 first-grade and reserve-grade grand finals, the Roosters' women have been busy preparing for the competition under the coaching guidance of Lad Jones.
"I think our side is looking pretty good at the moment," Jones told the Leader.
"All of the girls have been working really hard on their skills and are really excited to get into it."
Despite many of the team's members playing ladies league tag together throughout the Group 4 season, Jones said the group would "look pretty different" come Saturday.
"We have got a handful of girls, who have come across from union and things like that," he said.
"Most of our girls play together as it is, so the team bonding side of things has been really easy.
"The main things we have been working on, is tackling and learning to be ready for that initial contact.
"A lot of the girls haven't played tackle before, so it has been a bit of shock for them, but they've adjusted really well so far."
Jones said the Roosters' success this season had created "a great feeling" around the community.
"Mate, it has honestly been an unreal year," he said.
"To field four sides this year was a big effort, but to then have four of them make the semi-finals and two make the grand final is something else.
"The feeling around the club is really great at the moment.
"Everyone involved behind the scenes deserves a lot of credit for helping make it happen."