It's been eight whole years since a Wombats squad have won the grand final with first grade singing the song in 2012, and this Saturday, three red and navy squads have the opportunity to take the crown in their respective competitions.
Ever since the start of the season, David Birch and his under 16s squad have had the mentality that they were going to go all the way and with just one more round to go, the boys are prepared to give it their all.
"To win the grand final is every team's dream, but this group of players set goals right from the start to put themselves in this position and I have full faith in them to take it out on home ground," Birch said.
"As a team we set goals at the first training to be here and we have nailed everyone of them, to see the players individually grow and grow as a team has been sensational.
"To get 24 players to every training constantly shows how bad this team wants to take the title and what they are willing to do.
"The biggest thing we spoke about at the start of the season is we need to play as a team, we have strike power right across the starting team and including the bench. Everyone knows their role and magic could happen from anyone of them."
Up against the Orange Emus, Birch is confident the Mudgee outfit can get the job done but says the opposition also have 'what it takes'.
"This is going to be a tough down to the last second football game to win, both teams have what it takes and after playing them last week the boys are firing at the right time," he said.
"Watch them go up another gear this week."
As coach, Birch couldn't speak highly of his wombats as they head into their final round.
"As a coach I am very privileged to be involved in such a wonderful group of young men, to see them grow each week and to make the grand final, myself and the rest of the coaching staff are very proud," he said.
"These young men are the future of our proud club, they have set a standard for how they represent the club, themselves and their family that is not often seen.
"I am so proud of each and every one of them, and I look forward to watching them play one day in seniors."
While admittedly, things didn't begin to take form until the season was given a green light, but heading into their grand final clash against CSU, the Mudgee Wombats women are prepared for what's in store.
"Things came together slowly at the start of the season and players were reserved at first... the girls started coming to training with a few more coming each week until we had the numbers that have formed a strong and dedicated side that work well together," Wombats women captain, Helen Blackmore said.
It'll be hard, it will be very evenly matched. Our team is going to have to give it 100 per cent from the first kick off till the final whistle blows.Mudgee Wombats women captain, Helen Blackmore
"The CSU girls are a well drilled team that have plenty to offer on the field but we are prepared. If we stick to our game plan you will hear us singing the team song loud and proud."
Making the grand final is a testament to the squad's commendable efforts, and Blackmore says there are many who deserve thanks for getting the girls there.
"I am super proud of how the girls have played this season and making the grand final is a testament of how hard they have worked and the dedication they have all shown," she said.
"Consistency, determination and hard work is why we're here. We have had unconditional support from the other coaching staff and players which has also helped."
Having 'depth' in the first grade lineup is what captain Tom Dunstan considers to be a major factor in the top side making it to the grand final this year, despite many close attempts in the years prior.
"I'm absolutely stoked that we made the grand final. There is a great feeling amongst the squad for this weekend," Dunstan said.
"We have been around the finals for the last few years so it was always a possibility but getting there is another matter.
"We have had some great depth through the squad this year which has really helped getting us to this point."
Up against Parkes, Dunstan is confident in saying it will be a close match given the two sides' history throughout the season with the first round won by Mudgee against the Boars 20-18, and again on August 22 with a 18-16 result.
"The last two games between us and Parkes have only been decided by two points so I expect it to be a tight one," he said.
"I think David Jessiman and Corin Smith will definitely be two players to keep an eye on this weekend."
Mudgee Rugby Union committee member, Ros Lee says to make a grand final in itself is a 'massive achievement', but to have three sides in the six games to be played across the day is something rather special.
"Having three teams is wonderful," she said.
"It was disappointing that we only missed out by one point on having the under 14s and two points on second grade as well which shows that the club have really put in hard work and determination in this disjointed season."
Lee, a former rugby gun herself, has offered advice for all playing on Saturday with one key take away; 'never underestimate your opponents'.
"You should never underestimate your opponents, however we are confident that all three teams have done the work over the season to be prepared and will walk away winners on the day," she said.
"Wombats pride themselves on working as a team and don't rely on individual performances, however off the back of a strong platform by our Mudgee forward packs, the speed and determination from the backline will make it difficult for our opposition to close the gap.
"We had our doubts about the season, however in hindsight it has been strong and competitive and our teams can be proud of how they have performed all year."
The community are encouraged to attend the event to support the Batties, while tickets are to be purchased online at www.123tix.com.au as there will be none available at the gate.
The first game of the day will kick off at 9am with Forbes taking on Wellington in the under 12s grand final at Glen Willow Stadium.
Mudgee's under 16s will play at 12pm, the women will play at 1.40pm, with first grade at 4.45pm.
COVID-19 rules and social distancing will apply for spectators.