NORADJUHA-QUANTONG has advanced to the B Grade netball grand final in the Horsham District league.
The Bombers will enjoy another week off after defeating Natimuk United on Saturday at Natimuk.
Sharon Fedke was powerful for the Bombers as goal shooter, slotting 35 goals as the side won 48-38.
Kate-Lyn Perkin was best on for the Ewes, who will face a preliminary final contest against Kalkee this week.
The Kees defeated Edenhope-Apsley on Sunday at Dock Lake Reserve to keep its finals ambitions going.
Kalkee led at every interval in a relatively comfortable 51-34 victory.
Elsewhere, in C Grade there were two very close semi-final clashes at the weekend.
Kalkee earned a spot in the grand final after just a two-goal win against Laharum on Saturday. The competition’s top two sides were well matched, with the Kees winning 33-31.
Laharum will now meet Natimuk United in the preliminary final. The Ewes won on Sunday against Noradjuha-Quantong by four goals.
Natimuk United led at every break but the Bombers edged closer and closer after the first quarter. The Ewes held off the Bombers for a 44-40 win.
The close games continued in C Reserve, with both semi-finals decided by two goals. Pimpinio, led by the reliable mother-daughter combination of Maree and Tahlia Thompson, claimed a nervy 34-32 win on Saturday. The Tigers progress to the grand final, while the Bombers will have another chance against Kalkee.
Kalkee had a fast start in its semi-final on Sunday against Harrow-Balmoral, but the Southern Roos worked themselves back into the contest. Kalkee won 31-29 after a strong finish by Harrow-Balmoral.