A loss to the Orange Vipers in the final round of open grade Western Women's Rugby League means that the Woodbridge side will make a return trip to Orange for the first week of finals at Waratah Park.
The open-grade Vipers were too good in their final regular season home game, winning 28-18 to guarantee themselves the home final.
It was a tougher day generally for the Woodbridge cohort after a succession of dominant performances against Castlereagh the week prior.
The under 13s lost 28-38 to the Vipers, who confirmed themselves as this season's minor premiers, while the under 18s lost 4-50, leaving both Woodbridge sides with plenty of work to do ahead of their respective finals clashes.
The under 15s flipped the script though, winning 38-10 to give themselves the minor premiership, confirming themselves amongst the favourites to take out the title after triumphing in the previous season.
In other matches, the Wiradjuri Goannas confirmed themselves as minor premiers in the under 18s and open competitions, defeating the Panorama Platypi by eight points in the latter contest.
While open grade action kicks off at 1.30pm, all Woodbridge teams - from 13s through to open grade - will make the trip over to play the Vipers in their finals, with the under 13s' match commencing at 9.45am.