THE regular season of the Limestone Coast Rugby League is done and dusted and the Warrnambool Raiders and Gunditjmara Bulls are locked for finals.
The Raiders, who suffered a six-point loss to Horsham Panthers at Warrnambool Showgrounds on Saturday, are the minor premiers and will prepare to play Blue Lake Knights in the semi-final this weekend.
A first semi-final win for Warrnambool will see it qualify for its second straight grand final, after falling short against Naracoorte Jets last season.
The Bulls, who needed to defeat the Jets to finish on top, will play the same side they lost to in a 38-30 thriller in the second semi-final at Horsham on Saturday.
Gunditjmara coach Renato Da Ros said his side would be ready to bounce back against the Jets in the sudden-death match to reach their first grand final in their inaugural year.
“The boys have shown they can get up for a one-off match and that’s what it is next week,” he said.
The Bulls and Jets each collected one win against the other. The first going Gunditjmara’s way. For the Raiders they are 2-0 against Blue Lake this season.