Team 2 Crayford have stormed into the decider with a clinical display against Team 1 Cavalli, but not without some controversy.
Glenn Atkinson Kyrgios was fortunate not to be deducted a game after verbal abuse of the umpire during a crucial stage in the match.
He went on to win in four while Basil Crayford also won as did Frank Cavalli and Nathan Garton. Brett Mahlo and Craig Hausler won in three as did semi-final specialist Steve Blackwood.
Kynan Baker proved revenge is a dish best served tepid after his first ever loss to King Kial Huysmans last week. Kynan trained the house down all week to come back stronger than ever winning in three.
They will face Team 6 Baker where there were wins for Lindsay Mahlo, Rod Bevan, Chris Elkington, Jarrod Collett and Yvonne Tracey, who beat a feisty Sonya Fitzgerald, while Lyle Davis danced well around the court but could not overcome a dominant Mac Thompson.
Steve Bigg hung on to upset warhorse Mick Keegan in five while Grant Michell's lack of fitness, stamina and personality worked against him during his 3-1 loss to Cowra's best sportsman since Steve Glasson in Toby Baker.
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