Creswick and Central Wendouree have won through to the Ballarat District Bowls Tuesday pennant premier division grand final.
Minor premiers Creswick found itself in a tight tussle however, eventually took away a two shot win over City Oval, 60-58.
The rink skippered by Ian Robinson claimed the biggest of these, a 20-15 win.
However, Creswick's rink skippered by Stephen Pope managed a nine shot win, 21-12, to claim victory.
In the other semi-final, Central Wendouree as the three seed was able to claim an upset 59-53 win over second placed Midlands.
It won all three rinks on its way to victory, however they were decided by three, one and two shots respectively.
The rink skippered by Anthony Gutteridge had the biggest win for the club on the day, 21-18.
The rink skippered by Colin Johnson took out the closest win of the afternoon, 18-17.
Creswick and Central Wendouree will now face off in the grand final next Tuesday at the Creswick Bowling Club.
In division one action fourth placed Daylesford smashed minor premiers Beaufort 86-41 to win through to the grand final.
One rink drew 17-all, however a 37-10 and a 32-14 win in the remaining two rinks spelt victory for Daylesford.
It will face second placed Victoria after it defeated Smeaton 64-56.
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