Seven Grand Finals will be played across three venues in the 2023 Toyota Women’s Competition on Saturday 2 September.
Two new clubs who joined the women's competition this season are set to feature in Grand Finals with Koongamia in Toyota C4 after remaining undefeated all year and Carlisle in Toyota C5 after an outstanding first season.
Toyota A Grade minor premiers Wembley are hunting a three-peat of premierships in different grades after winning C1 in 2021, B Grade in 2022, and are looking to complete the trifecta in the league's highest women's grade in 2023 under playing coach Parris Laurie.
After falling short in the preliminary final last year, Curtin Uni Wesley will be looking to reclaim the Toyota A Grade premiership after going back-to-back-back in 2019, 2020 and 2021 under current coach Martin Edmunds.
Curtin Uni Wesley narrowly defeated Wembley by one-point last time the two sides met in Round 11, so the stage is set for a nailbiter.
The Toyota A Grade decider will be streamed live and free on Streamer at 3:00pm.
Before the Toyota A Grade decider gets underway at Pentanet Stadium, the undefeated Koongamia will go head-to-head with Mount Lawley in Toyota C4, followed by Melville taking on North Fremantle in the Toyota B Grade.
Gil Fraser Reserve will host two Grand Finals with Trinity Aquinas going up against Secret Harbour in Toyota C2, followed by Baldivis taking on Toyota C1 minor premiers Bullcreek Leeming.
Carlisle will battle it out with Gosnells at Wyong Reserve in Toyota C5, followed by Kelmscott going up against Manning in Toyota C3.
The full Toyota Women’s Grand Final schedule can be viewed below.
Entry to all venues is $15 (Free for children 15 and under).
No alcohol is permitted to be brought into venues. Bags and vehicles will be subject to search on entry.