Nine players from that double-overtime match at Allianz Stadium will take to the field for Queensland. 

Although this time it will be at Leichhardt Oval in Sydney's west. 

It was a heartbreaking loss for the Queenslanders with only a penalty from Ash Hewson in the 95th minute giving NSW the inaugural Super W title. 

"I think those that were involved in the final last year it is a motivator," Queensland captain Kiri Lingman said.

"Playing 100 minutes of footy to be nipped at the end there is heartbreaking, to say the least, but at the end of the day it's a new year, it's a new Super W competition so just moving onto this grand final."

Heading into the game NSW had the luxury of having a week off, finishing as the Premiers for the second consecutive season.

For Queensland, they had to win a playoff against the Brumbies in order to win their place in a grand final once again.

“It was definitely a blessing in disguise," Lingman said.

“It was definitely our best game of the season and a chance for us to put a lot of things we were lacking together before this weekend.

“I think personally, feeling like we're peaking at the right time and that was evident from the Brumbies game.”

It's always quite the battle between the two states. 

Earlier this season it was a tight affair with Queensland coming from behind to try to steal the win but early dominance from NSW got them over the line. 

However, Lingman is hoping that there won't be another 100-minute game come Sunday.

"I don't know if I'd like to see that again," she said. 

"But with Queensland and New South Wales its a battle till the end."