Veterans and stars from across the Singleton Darts Association spoke to the media for final time this weekend ahead of Monday night's nail-biting mini competition grand finals.
Last week the Daniel Landers inspired Clubhouse Cobras defeated the Horse & Jockey Cannons to book their spot in the A-Grade season decider against the Clubhouse Smashers.
The Imperial Imposters will host the Club Singleton Jacks for the A-Reserve final while the Clubhouse Wacka's battle the Criterion Cri-keys in B-Grade.
Yet all eyes will be on the two Clubhouse teams led by SDA stalwarts John Morrissey (Cobras) and Greg Hedges (Smashers).
The opposing duo were kind enough to help preview Monday night's blockbuster for the Singleton Argus:
PLAYER TO WATCH AND WHY?
John Morrissey (Cobras): Christian Kirby, being the local singles champion.
Greg Hedges (Smashers): Glen Lantry, he's the best player.
TEAMMATE MOST LIKELY TO MISS THE BOARD?
JM: Myself because I'm a bit out of form at the moment.
GH: Bluey Hipwell, because he never turns up.
TEAMMATE MOST LIKELY TO PULL AN INJURY?
JM: Steve Lourey, he has a bad ankle.
GH: Neil Burley, running the food.
TEAMMATE MOST LIKELY TO TAKE TUESDAY OFF WORK?
JM: Mick Hamson cause he drinks too much.
GH: No-one. We all go to work on Tuesday because we can handle our grog.
TEAMMATE MOST LIKELY TO READ ABOUT HIMSELF IN THE SINGLETON ARGUS?
JM: Daniel Landers, he's always hitting 180's.
GH: Glen Lantry.
HEADLINE WE ARE LIKELY TO SEE IN THE SINGLETON ARGUS?
JM: Smashers win comp after finishing second in recent years.
GH: Clubhouse Special - Smashed Cobra Soup prepared by the winning Smashers.
HEADLINE YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE IN THE SINGLETON ARGUS?
JM: Cobras win the comp.
GH: Smashers win the grand final.
JM: Smashers prevail 6-4.
GH: Smashers 6-4 over the Cobras.