Augusta-Margaret River are on the brink of making history with the chance of achieving their first minor premiership in 55 years within their grasp. But they will have to get past previous bad luck at Kelly Park to topple Carey Park on Sunday. The Hawks sit in second on the SWFL ladder with a 14-3 record, matching table-toppers Bunbury although the Hawks are slightly behind on percentage. Hawks’ coach Matt Jamieson said the focus would be to achieve a win that would be enough to clinch the minor premiership. “It’s within reach now,” he said. “If you asked me that question three weeks ago, I probably would have said it was a little too far away to tell with respect to the opposition. We’ve had some good wins over the past couple of weeks and the focus is to put in another good four-quarter performance. “Hopefully from there the rest can take care of itself and we’ll get the reward.” In previous meetings at Kelly Park, the Hawks have suffered some hard losses to Carey Park — something that Jamieson is hoping to turn around this weekend. “Some of the past results we’ve had there have probably been about personnel, preparation and we’ve probably taken our foot off the pedal and haven’t respected the opposition in the past,” he said. “I think our form this year, we’re a completely different group to what it has been and I think we’ll put in a good four-quarter performance.” Jamieson said the Hawks would be facing a tough selection this week with a number of players returning from being unavailable in previous weeks. “I think we’ve fielded about 42 guys throughout the year to fill roles while some of our guys were away so to be sitting towards the top of the ladder is pretty good for us,” he said. “Normally if you’re sitting in that position you’ve only put out 28 to 30 players. “We’re really pleased with how some of the guys have performed while others were away so with a few more experienced guys coming back it’s going to give me a headache with selection but we look forward to the challenge.” Sitting in seventh position on the ladder, Carey Park will be looking to end their season on a high with a potential upset victory. Although the Panthers will not be progressing to the finals this season, the club is likely to hone their skills and continue developing the squad under the continued leadership of Brett Maguire.