A potential AFL Goldfields Women's grand final preview has been set for the weekend following a big victory from the powerhouse East Point Dragons.
The Dragons, who placed second on the ladder across the home-and-away season, will face Redan, who placed first, in a qualifying final this coming weekend.
The two sides have faced off twice in 2019, splitting the pair of games with one win apiece.
Following two weeks off after a first round bye in finals and a forfeit in its prior game, Redan coach Peter Forbes said he is excited for another meeting with the Dragons.
"I absolutely love the opportunity to play against East Point," he said.
"They're a fantastic team and they always bring the best out in us, so I always look forward to the chance to play against them.
"I don't think the time off will hurt us, it's given our girls a chance to recover from any bumps and bruises they might.
Forbes said his side has been expecting to face East Point this weekend and have been training to avoid a similar result to the sides last meeting, where the Dragons beat Redan 42-25.
"We were expecting to be playing East Point this week so we've already spent the past few training sessions working on some game-plans and strategies specifically for them."
The premiership coach says his side is confident going into the contest and says he know's they are capable of another victory over the Dragons.
It's all about being mentally prepared when it comes time to perform... we know they are good but we also know what type of footy we're capable of playing.Peter Forbes
East Point booked it's meeting with the Lions following a resounding victory over Melton Centrals at the weekend.
A pair of first quarter goals and some stifling defence helped the Dragons to a 17-0 half-time lead.
Coming out of the main break East Point put its foot on the accelerator, booting five goals in the third quarter to ultimately seal a 51-3 victory.
The result means Melton Centrals will face Gisborne in an elimination final after Rookies held onto a tight elimination final match-up with Bacchus Marsh, winning 38-34
Leading throughout the contest, the Rookies nearly lost the game following three late goals from the Marsh narrowed the deficit to within six points with only minutes remaining.
Melton Centrals and Gisborne only faced each other once in 2019, with the Rookies coming away with a 44-28 victory on its home pitch.
Melton Centrals v Gisborne - Emilination final. Arnolds Creek Reserve, Sunday 3.10pm.
Redan v East Point - Qualifying final. Venue T.B.A, Sunday 3.10pm
Gisborne: 2.2, 3.2, 4.2, 6.2 (38) d Bacchus Marsh: 0.0, 1.1, 2.2, 5.4 (34)
GOALS: Gisborne - Marilyn Elder 2, Brianna Woodburn 1, Natalie Dowdy 1, Alana Preston 1, Ashlee Knight 1. Bacchus Marsh - Kellie Mckay 2, Jessica Baker 2, Erin Phillips 1
BEST: Gisborne - Kirrily Mitchell, Marilyn Elder, Stephanie Larsen, Stephanie Brancatisano, Natalie Dowdy, Brianna Woodburn. Bacchus Marsh: Kellie Mckay, Abbey Bertram, Macy Le Huray, Zaylie Le Huray, Jessica Baker, Georgia Fellows
East Point: 2.1, 2.5, 7.8, 7.9 (51) d Melton Centrals 0.0, 0.0, 0.1, 0.3 (3)
GOALS: East Point - Zoe Wathen 2, Katie McAloon 2, Anna Baxter 1, Jaye Dalgleish 1, Emily Sculley 1.
BEST: East Point - Emily Boswell, Larissa Murphy, Jasmine Coleman, Lucinda Mooney, Katie McAloon, Claire Bourdon. Melton Centrals - Kate Saleta, Nicole Martin, Tiffany Matthewman, Gabriella Menabue , Dannielle Menzies, Brooke White
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