The Goulburn Workers Bulldogs are cruising along in all grades with the finals just around the corner.
Ten years ago, it was a very similar situation.
Bulldogs president Joe Stephens had fond memories of that year.
"It was a great season and very similar to this season," Stephens said.
"All three grades went on to make the grand final.
"We won first grade and the u19s, but got beaten in the reserve grade."
The Bulldogs ladies tag, reserve grade and first grade take on the Gungahlin Bulls on Sunday, August 18 at the Workers Arena.
Those matches will coincide with celebrations of the 10-year anniversary of the 2009 premierships.
Stephens said the culture of the club back then made it a fantastic group.
"They were a good tight bunch of blokes and the club was a great and tight knit," he said.
While the club currently boasts plenty of big names including the popular Cornish brothers Mitch, Nick and Tyler, there were a few major names back then too, a couple of whom are still playing.
"Jeremy Braun was big for the club at that time," he said.
"At the end of the day, they were all great in their own ways.
"Players have come and gone, but some of the younger players are still playing, including Mitch who was a part of the u19s side.
"Two of the current first grade players in former captain Michael Dodson and Shane McCallum are still playing as well.
"Dodson is 43 and McCallum is forty-one.
"It will be good to see some of the players coming back for the day."
While finals are assured for all teams, the first grade game against the Bulls is the most important out of the three as the Bulldogs can still finish as high as second on the ladder.
They will be favourites heading into the game.
"It's been a great season so far, but we can have a fantastic season, so there's still a lot of work to be done," Stephens said.
"We've got to finish this weekend off in the club rounds and then it's a new competition starting next week."
Stephens said his biggest advice to the players was to not change a thing.
"Do what you've been doing, stick together and play well together," he said.
"Play the whole 80 minutes."
If the Bulldogs do win the competition in any grade, it will be their first premiership since 2009.
They have made the grand final a couple of times since then, but lost them both, including one in extra time.
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