FANATICS: (back) Bill Lawson, Chris King, Tony Muller, Dennis Staples, Kimberly Mitchell, Sue Mitchell, Billy Roberts, Scott Fittler, Sam Coughlan, Tony Devine, Sue Field; (front) Railene Doherty, Kylie Mitchell. This photo was taken in 2007 before Manly played Melbourne Storm. In their eyes only one â€œrealâ€ National Rugby League team exists on this planet. And of course Mudgeeâ€™s Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles fans will tell you the winner of this weekendâ€™s NRL Grand Final is a â€œno brainerâ€. Earlier this week I spoke to some of this townâ€™s biggest Manly supporters, Sue and Kylie Mitchell. Every week the Mitchellâ€™s travel to home and away games and their loyalty was featured on the Eaglesâ€™ website in 2011. â€œIâ€™ve supported Manly all my life,â€ Sue said. â€œOnce we moved to Mudgee in 1995 we have been going to every game that we can.â€ Sure enough this weekend the ladies are travelling to Sydney for the big event. But this year they are doing it in style. â€œWeâ€™ll be on a London-style double decker bus heading to the game with food and drinks and a big celebration,â€ Kylie said. The Mitchellâ€™s are part of a group known as the Supportahs - country Manly fans dedicated to their clubâ€™s success. And about 150 of the Supportahs will be sitting together at ANZ Stadium on Sunday night. The Mitchells will head back to Brookvale Oval on Sunday night as the party continues regardless of whether the team wins or loses. â€œThe club has set up a live site at Brookie for those who canâ€™t get to the game and then there is a celebration on when the players return,â€ Sue said. Manly were victorious against the New Zealand Warriors in the sides only match up in 2011, played at Brookvale Oval. But speak to anyone else living in â€œrealityâ€ and Sundayâ€™s game involves two teams, and a possibility the Provan-Summons trophy will head overseas for the first time. And the Mitchellâ€™s know all about the Warriors spectator spirit coming across the Tasman Sea for the Grand Final. â€œIn 2010 we were lucky enough to go over there [NZ] and meet up with the Mad Butcher who hosted our support group for the game,â€ Sue said. â€œHe is just as passionate about his team.â€ The NRL Grand Final between the Eagles and Warriors begins from 5.20pm on Sunday.