EAST POINT has earned the double chance in the Ballarat Football League finals after defeating Ballarat in an elimination final at Eastern Oval on Sunday.
After losing the lead in the third quarter, the Kangaroos responded to win 17.17 (119) to 13.13 (91).
East Point dominated the first term to lead by six goals at the first change. Ballarat fought back, though making a fight of it until midway through the final quarter.
North Ballarat City, meanwhile, thrashed Darley in the other elimination final 23.9 (147) to 13.8 (86) at Darley Park.
Sunbury was first into the BFL second semi final rolling Redan at Eastern Oval on Saturday.
The eastern Lions were too tall, too fast and too organised for the reigning premiers in the first half of Saturday's qualifying, establishing a seven goal lead at the main change.
While Redan matched Sunbury in the third term and took the points in the final quarter, it was Sunbury that emerged with a confidence-building victory, 13.18 (96) to the western Lions' 8.13 (61).
The win was Sunbury's first at Eastern Oval since 2010.