THE conclusion of the T20 regular season for the senior female sides confirmed that the female A grade will face South Perth in the grand final at the WACA Ground at 6pm on Sunday December 17.
The female B grade will face Melville in a semi final at Richardson Park starting at 12pm, with the winner to play in the grand final at 3:30pm at the same venue.
It comes as both the female A grade and female B grade had comfortable victories in their final regular season T20 fixtures.
The female A grade defeated Wanneroo by eight wickets at home with Naomi Dattani finishing 47 not out from 38 balls in the chase.
The female B grade faced Perth at home and finished comfortable 35 run winners after posting 6-104 and dismissing their opposition for 69.
Holly Catania was the standout bowler in the innings, taking 4 wickets for just 10 runs off 3.5 overs.
The female U17 faced South Perth at Richardson Park and also secured a 35-run victory in their final T20 match of the season.
They dismissed their opponents for just 63 runs in a complete team bowling performance.
The male 1st grade produced a complete team performance which culminated in a 169-run victory over Joondalup at Iluka Sports Complex.
The side dismissed their opposition for a total of 164 with Brayden Brehaut the leading man of the attack taking 5 wickets for 42 runs from 16.4 overs.
Dylan Sharman (62 runs from 91 balls) and Austin Thomas (56 from 96) were the main standouts with the bat, helping set a total of 333 for the home to chase.
The male U17 fell 10 runs short in their T20 match against Joondalup at Iluka after being set a target of 120 for victory.
The male U15 finished their T20 match against Joondalup with the scores tied at 100 – a super over was required to separate the sides and ultimately gave victory to Midland Guildford at home.