A first innings score of 116 for Troy Ward has led to Nulla securing victory over Stuarts Point/Eungai in Saturday's Macleay Valley Cricket Association's first grade preliminary final.
The 86-run first innings victory advances minor premiers Nulla to clash with Rovers in the decider this weekend.
Corey Crotty (48), Ethan LePla (unbeaten 28) an Angus Crotty (26) combined with Ward to help Nulla post a total of 253 for Stuarts Point/Eungai to chase.
Nicholas Morrison was superb with the ball as he picked up six wickets off 20 overs while LePla backed up his efforts with the bat to take three wickets and Ward also earned a dismissal.
For Stuarts Point/Eungai, openers Hayden Williams (61) and Nick Paven (37) got the side off to a perfect start but only Leslie Page (24), Corey Pickup (12) and Connor Gainge (14) surpassed double figures as the side was dismissed for 167.
There was enough time left in the two-day match for Nulla to bat out 43 overs of their second innings.
Angus Crotty fell agonisingly close of a century as he was dismissed for 99 as Nulla reached 5/197 before the match was ended.
Hayden Williams picked up three wickets for Stuarts Point/Eungai in the second innings.
In the second grade competition, Frederickton had a stunning collapse in the first innings on their way to an outright loss as the Nulla Billy Goats, who finished in third place, booked a date with South West Rocks in the grand final.
Frederickton's Darron Fletcher (14) was the only player to surpass double figures as the side was dismissed for 41 in the first innings. McKiernan was the big wicket taker for Nulla Billy Goats as he dismissed four Frederickton batsmen.
The Nulla Billy Goats made easy work of surpassing the total before they were dismissed for 176.
McKiernan (56) and Nic Hughes (42) combined to score the majority of the runs.
Frederickton put up a fight in their second innings as Brayden Fisher (52) made his wicket count but it wasn't enough as they were dismissed for 112.
The win gives Nulla Billy Goats plenty of confidence as they head into the decider this Saturday.
In the third grade competition, Rovers WKH held on in a nail-biting finish to secure a two-run victory over rivals Nulla, who finished the season as minor premiers.
The loss eliminates Nulla while Rovers WKH progress to the grand final to face South West Rocks.
Rovers WKH had five players surpass 30 runs. Shane Powick (77) top scored while Matthew Powick (60) played a strong cameo role to aid in the side reaching 258 from their 35 overs.
In a strong run chase, Sam Preston scored a quickfire 79 while Beau Mainey (45), James Preston (26) and Pat Preston (26) combined to help Nulla reach 236, falling just short of victory.
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