DOMINANT force and minor premiers in A Grade of the Central Wimmera Tennis Association, Noradjuha will be challenging for the double on Saturday.
The side will compete against a strong Horsham Lawn Tennis Club side who will play on home grass for the final.
Noradjuha progressed to the grand final after defeating Quantong eight sets and 94 games to four sets and 76 games in the semi-final.
Quantong had a second chance when it faced Horsham Lawn.
Horsham Lawn defeated Laharum in its semi-final clash 7-86 to 5-76.
When Quantong and Horsham Lawn met it was a very similar scoreline to Quantong’s semi-final tie.
Horsham Lawn had come out onto the courts with rackets blazing and defeated the runners-up for the home and away season 8-88 to 4-82.
In the campaign Horsham Lawn had conceded more games than any other club in the top six of the eight team competition.
It was also the sixth highest side in scoring games.
But the side always managed to ground out a win which will be key when coming up against the competitions strongest outfit.
Noradjuha however had the highest amount of games won and least games conceded boasting the highest sets for and the least amount of sets against.