The NSW Indigenous U16's put the final touches on their preparation yesterday with a sharp training session at Brisbane's Langlands Park.
After a intense build up of training, dinners and team photo's the boys had some time to relax before all attention was shifted towards today's big match against QLD at Suncorp Stadium.
Indigenous five-eighth Mick Doolan believes his side have prepared well and are ready to produce their best football when it matters.
"We're looking sharp," said Doolan.
"Our ball movement has been really crisp and the forwards are starting to get their talk up, so its all positive.
"We've really gelled this week, we've come together as a team and now they're like my brothers."
With a capacity crowd expected for tonight's fixtures, halfback Troy Dargan believes his side can overcome any nerves associated with performing in front of thousands of fans, family and friends.
"It makes me a little nervous just thinking about it," said Doolan.
"But the boys have all been working hard and we're all really proud to represent our people, so I'm hopeful we can play to the best of our abilities."
After team photo's were taken back at the hotel, the boys had the privilege of forming a guard of honour for the Newcastle Yowies as they took the field for the 2013 NACCHO Deadly Choices Interstate Challenge against the Argun Warriors.
Unfortunately for the boys the Yowies were defeated 28-24 in Golden Point in what was a great night of celebration for Indigenous Rugby League.
Be sure to support the boys today as they represent their state and their people in what is the biggest game of their lives to date.
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Check out our photo gallery from the boys final training session