Warrack Eagles have every reason to dream about what Wimmera Football League finals might offer. The Eagles have continued their rise in the competition during the past couple of years and have been rewarded with a third-place finish. The Eagles are an interesting outfit that might be capable of anything in the right circumstance. They have adopted an open, free-flowing style of game, which has allowed coach Ryan Mckenzie to manipulate his group based on player resources at his disposal – a move that has been successful in securing the Eagles a double chance. During the past few weeks of the home-and-away season the Eagles have had a few hiccups, but they have been more than competitive at times against the top two sides. The Eagles might be the beneficiary of the changing environment and occasion of a finals series and it wouldn’t be a surprise in the next couple of weeks if they were on the winning end of a boilover upset result. The Eagles will certainly aim to use the double chance to their advantage and have a young side that can be fuelled and heavily influenced by momentum. Much depends on how well coach Mckenzie can inspire his team through direction, strategy and his own performance, especially with conversion in front of the sticks. What was obvious when calling Eagles games from the broadcast box was how important it was for them to win the ball out of the middle and for their players, when they find space, to use the ball well.