South West and Grassmere Cricket Association's other grades prepare for finals

AFTER finishing runner-up the past two summers, Boorcan is striving for a breakthrough in South West Cricket’s second division when it takes on Heytesbury Rebels at Terang on Saturday.

The Dragons have consistently been a premiership contender since stepping back from the top grade three summers ago, but are have been thwarted on the final day twice. The Rebels, who finished top of the ladder, made the semi-final last year.

Noorat will look to cap its rapid rise from wooden spoon to the top of the ladder when it takes on Terang in the division three decider at D.C. Farran Oval.

Noorat rocketed to the top spot, losing just one game – a drastic turnaround from last summer’s two wins.

Terang has finished second on the ladder the past two seasons, but has already gone one better than last year in making the final.

In Grassmere Cricket Association, Killarney and Wangoom will battle for the B grade crown on Saturday after toppling the top two teams in the semi-finals, while Killarney is striving for back-to-back premierships when it takes on Wangoom in the C grade final on Sunday.

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