Well for finals
At the forefront is goal-kicking midfielder Kieran Ellis, who is a wonderful user of the footy and one of the reasons the Eagles have done well in getting the ball forward.
He has had an outstanding year, his ability to turn onto his preferred left leg often wrong-footing opponents.
The big question surrounding Warrack Eagles has been the injury to assistant coach and ruckman Shannon Argall, missing in action for several weeks.
The Eagles have lacked tall timber in the absence of Argall and he would certainly make a difference to the team’s fortunes in the finals.
Without him, the team is likely to struggle to find rucking depth, especially against both Horsham and Minyip-murtoa.
What’s good about the Eagles is that when they move the ball quickly and are on song as a playing group, a variety of goalscoring options emerge.
Players such as Jesse Murphy and Josh Bibby are important finishers, Murphy in particular has been regularly threading the sticks of late, while Bibby will be keen to rekindle good form early in the season.
The Eagles also have a willing fleet of players keen to make a finals impression – none more so than consistent Riley Morrow and Ben Spicer, who is a proven contestedball winner and an important cog in their finals campaign.
In summary, everything has to go right for the Warrack Eagles for the team to make the season finale.
Despite the outfit finishing third after the home-and-away season, pundits are unlikely to have penciled in the Yarriambiack combine for the grand final.
But this fact alone could seriously work in its favour because the team’s best football will seriously threaten any opponent in the finals.