THE Southern Roos and Saints will face off in the first semi-final on Sunday.
The two sides have met just the once this season, with Harrow-Balmoral registering a 22-goal win back in round 10.
Southern Roos coach Amy Lewis said she wasn’t looking into that result too much.
“They had a different side in that day and both teams have changed and developed a lot since then,” she said.
“We have only played each other once this season so that isn’t a good indication of where the teams are at. We need to come to the game on Sunday keeping to our own structures.”
Saints coach Monica van Dyk said Sunday’s clash would be tough. The Southern Roos made light work of Kalkee in their elimination final.
“It’s always a tough match for us and there is a lot of rivalry there,” she said.
“If we can play and support one another like we did on on the weekend I think we will be in with a shot.
“I think it will be very tough and they are always fierce competitors but I hope we can rise to the challenge.
“They have some mature players who are seasoned finals players but we also have that on our team too. We are both excited and nervous for it.”
Lewis said she hoped that winning mentality would continue into the semi-final clash.
“The girls were really happy with the game but even though we came away with a good score Kalkee didn’t let up right until the last whistle,” she said.
“It’s hopefully a mentality the girls can carry on.”