IT'S set to be a tense battle when Albion plays off against Kookaburras in this weekend's first-grade grand final at Wolseley Park.
Albion will be out to break their grand-final hoodoo, which has seen the side lose its last three first-grade grand finals.
Meanwhile, Kookaburras will be looking for a victory in their first grand-final appearance in five years.
Missing his side's semi-final victory over Court House, Milne told the Namoi Valley Independent he was eager to help his side achieve victory.
"It was great so see our younger guys like Oliver Thomas and Luke Ellis really step up in the semi-final and get us home," Milne said.
"The win was put together by a complete team performance.
"Everyone did their bit with the bat, with the ball and in the field. That is what we will be looking for again this weekend."
Milne said his side may look a little different from last weekend, with the club's second-grade side also taking on Albion in the grand final.
"There will be a bit of a discussion of who will play where," he said.
"Some guys may move to second grade and some may come up.
"It is a matter of who goes where and I'm sure regardless of which team they are in, everyone will be pushing to do their bit for the club."
Albion captain Brad Jenkinson said he would be looking to his younger players to step up during the grand final.
"Our younger guys such as Hayden Baker, Ash White and Zach Clarke have been really good for us all season," Jenkinson said.
"We will be looking to them this weekend for sure and hopefully we can all pull together to get the job done."
Albion will be aided by the inclusion of Andy Mack, who looked set to miss the game due to a scheduled knee surgery.
"It is a big plus to have Andy back in the side," Jenkinson said.
"He can be a damaging player on his day, but our focus will be on playing together as a team and not just relying on one or two guys.
"As cliche as it sounds, we will be treating this as just another game and focusing on what we need to do to take home a premiership."
- The grand final begins at 1pm on Saturday.