The stage has been set for a mighty Grampians Cricket Association grand final after the two top-sides in the competition have earned their way through.
Buangor-Tatyoon and Swifts-Great Western will battle for the premiership during the Labour Day long weekend as the match reverts to the traditional three-day format after a season of one-day matches.
In the first semi-final, Swifts-Great Western showed their skill with the ball as they completed a dominate 10-wicket win against Youth Club.
Youth Club won the toss and batted first at Central Park but Combine grabbed the upper hand early when Trent Homden was runout by Matt Heffer for 11.
A steady stream of wickets fell throughout the innings before Youth Club was dismissed for 75 after 32.3 overs.
Jay Moody was the best of the Combine bowlers claiming 4-21 from his eight overs.
Koby Stewart was the only Youth batsmen who provided any real resistance as he compiled a gritty 22.
Combine then showed no mercy in their run chase as openers Sam Cocks and Jacob Seeary chased down their target in just 12 overs.
Cocks top-scored with 48 not out included eight fours and a six, while Seeary complied 24 not out to give Combine a dominating win.
Buangor-Tatyoon confirmed their place in the biggest game of the season on the back of a strong bowling performance against Pomonal.
Pomonal won the toss and chose the bat first, with opener Lynden Brewis leading the way with 42 runs.
However, he was left with little help as they were dismissed for 104 after 37 overs.
Michael Harricks was the pick of the Buangor-Tatyoon bowlers as he claimed a five-wicket haul from his seven overs.
Pomonal fought back with the ball, but they didn't quite have the runs on the board to build enough pressure on the Buangor-Tatyoon batsmen.
Jarrod Blandford led the chase with 46, but no other Buangor-Tatyoon batsmen could add more than 20.
Despite the lack of middle-order runs, Buangor-Tatyoon reached the target in the 28th over, five-wickets down.
With both sides claiming dominate wins, it sets up a tantalising battle between the two top sides all season at the Tatyoon Recreation Reserve, where only one will walk away with the prize.
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