Group 4's hugely successful Wests Entertainment Group 9's will wrap up under lights at Scully Park in front of an expected "capacity" crowd on Saturday night.
1100 people (spectators, players and officials) will be allowed into Scully for the big night but all must purchase tickets from Wests before the game.
Tickets are on sale via the Wests website and are $10 for the grandstand and $5 for general admission.
Group 4 interim chairman Terry Psarakis stressed admittance will be by tickets only.
"We are operating under the Wests COVID plan that they had for the NRL game (NZ Warriors v Newcastle)," he said.
He said the tournament has "exceeded all our expectations" and is looking forward to "full house" for the finale.
"It's been great so far," Psarakis said.
"Had three big nights (of WEG 9's). The players have been great, the games have been great and the facilities (Scully Park ground and lights) are as good as the NRL."
"It's been a tremendous series so far. Everything has worked well and we are looking forward to hosting a good night."
There will be two knockout semi-finals played on the night with Brenton Cochrane's unbeaten Carey's Freight Lines playing Cody Tickle's Shay Brennan Constructions in one semi and the Scott Blanch Marius Street Family Dental side playing Mitch Doring's JT Fossey side in the other semi.
The two winners play off for the inaugural WEG 9 Trophy after the two losers play off for third.
The Bottlemart Man of the Series will also be named on the night.