The final round of the Super Rugby U16s and U19s regular season is here with plenty on the line.
It will begin at Ballymore on Saturday, with the Queensland Reds hosting the ACT Brumbies, who can lock up home field advantage with a win in the U19s along with a spot in the U16s with a win.
This will be followed by the NSW Waratahs hosting the Western Force on Sunday, hoping for a Reds win to secure top spot in the U19s.
The Melbourne Rebels have the bye, already eliminated from finals contention after going through both competitions winless.
Check out all the team news for round five below
Saturday October 28 - Queensland Reds v ACT Brumbies at Ballymore, ad-free, live and on-demand on Stan Sport
U16s - 12:50pm AEST
REDS (1-15): Isaac Rauluni (c), Liam Robinson, Berakah Tuifaasisina, Ed Kasprowicz, Bennett Armistead, Jack Randall, Trent Picot, Kiama Jione, William Graham, Finn Mackay, Brock Coombes, Max Blanch, Kilarney Lavender, Myles Rosemond, Treyvon Pritchard
Replacements: Keido Goulding, Isaac Rauluni, Kapelasima Hamala, William Ross, Ethan Ramsay, Jack Brown, Damon Humphrys, Callum Dalton
BRUMBIES (1-15): Moses Kaufusi, Fletcher Burrows, Issac Foster, Lucas Quester, Harry Bodman (c), Nicholas Bett, Sam Green, Darnel Uelese, Liam Collett, Nate Pfitzner, Salesa Tupe, Salesa Tupe, Benedict Martino, Denzel Veikune, Trent Nafel, Cameron Kirsten
Replacements: Benjamin Williment, Maximus Nel, Dempsey Woolf, Harvey Campbell, Eli Fuller, Joseph Phillips, Tomas Jensen, Bede Fogarty, Jamal Ud-Din Nazir
U19s - 2:35pm AEST
REDS (1-15): Macarius Pereira, Will Rogers, Lehopo Leota, Charlie Brosnan, Pat Gavin, Cooper Cameron, Joe Liddy (c), Pat Sowerby, Callum Reidy, Will Nason, Joe Doljanin, Denzil Perkins, Frankie Goldsbrough, Ryley Bierton, Will McCulloch
Replacements: Aidan Taylor, Rory Beech, Nick Harper, Alex Kerr, Cadel Rees, Luke Aiken, Dre Pakeho, Ellis Davies
BRUMBIES (1-15): Sam Sahyoun, Boston Morete, Drew Brndusic, Toby Macpherson, Harvey Cordukes, Lleyton Tautua, Lachlan Hooper (c), Jack Harley, Dan Nelson, Cullen Gray, Tino Tavana, Jakob Biet, Eli Sagala, Tom Hayes, Angus Stainforth
Replacements: Cameron Johns, Lington Ieli, Tevita Alatini, Darcy Fogarty, Will Hopper, Jake Mead, Andy McFarlane, Silas Pilot, Jarrah McLeod
Sunday October 29 - NSW Waratahs v Western Force at Forshaw Rugby Park, ad-free, live and on-demand on Stan Sport
U16s - 11:40am
WARATAHS (1-15): Marcus Mastro, Daryus Sione, Lewis Wilson, Isacc Fonua, Edward Baxter, James Finegan, Jarvis Orr, Justice Taumoepeau, Angus Grover, Jonty Fowler, Heamasi Makasini, Onitoni Large (c), Matthew Gough, Tom Hartman, Rex Bassingthwaighte
Replacements: Charlie Ghattas, Jerome Pongi, Keegan Daly, Noah Rylands, Maddax Fui, Harry Beckett, Harrison Dene, Reilly Caswell
FORCE (1-15): Ceejay Patelesiosio, Luke Megson, Hunter Pascoe (vc), Paddy Woods, Josh Harmer, Gideon Weleilakeba, Cassius Dougal, Samiuela Likio, Tamarangi Tunui (c), Josiah Tanonef, Taj Makene, Ezekiel Jackson, Chase Bunce, Dermott Arthy, Harry Oddy
Replacements: Xander Goh, Dozion Laupama, Zane Wesley, Ashford Taumoepeau, Israel Tupou, Cruz Remi, Conan Thiedeman, Kalani Chong Sue
U19s - 1:20 pm
WARATAHS (1-15): Henry Basten, Bryn Edwards, Jackson Stiel, Riley Burden, Archie Tancred, Ben Di Staso, Harry Davis, Phil Talaileva, Billy Dickens, Oliver Schmude, Archie Saunders, Leo Bassingthwaighte, Jullien Caillol (c), Nacani Batidravu, Joe Walsh
Replacements: Will Guilfoyle, Paul Voakakala, Sam Berckelman, Oliver McCrea, Kaia Gate, Will Kennedy, Jackson Ropata, Riley Langfield