BLAYNEY Rams ensured they will be favourites for the GrainCorp Cup Southern division title after an emphatic major semi-final victory at King George Oval.
The Rams easily accounted for West Wyalong 41-17 in Saturday's major semi-final to ensure they will host the decider on September 5.
Blayney were first to put points on the board in the semi-final and never gave up their lead.
"Our attack out wide was great. Our backs really went well and our forwards set a really good platform with good ball," Blayney secretary Brendan Scott said.
Scott, who came off the bench to play in the front row, said every member of his side turned in a strong performance.
"Our boys played well," he said.
"Right across the board they were good. Our backs really set it up and gave our wingers room to move."
A stand out for the match was Rams captain Sam Nixon who played his 300th game for the club.
Half-back Anthony Salmon was also strong for the home side.
Scott admitted it had been a great season for the Rams.
"It's really clicked. There's a great balance of senior players and some young blokes coming through," he said.
Blayney will be able to take next weekend off before they host the grand final the following Saturday.
Scott said it was hard to predict who his side would face in the decider.
"It's difficult to tell. Maybe West Wyalong but, gee it'll be close," he said.