WARRNAMBOOL Mermaids are through to the Big V grand final after a stunning upset win on the road.
The Lee Primmer-coached side defeated top seed Sherbrooke 73-61 in Saturday night's second semi-final.
They were six points down at half-time before a barnstorming second half which included outscoring the Suns 22-8 in the final term.
The Mermaids have now produced two away victories in the playoffs to advance to the decider.
Mother-daughter duo Kate Sewell (17 points) and Matilda Sewell (13) were influential against Sherbrooke, as were Molly McKinnon (15) and Katie O'Keefe (14).
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