Finals kick off at Epsom

ATTACK: Strathdale's Brigid McNamara

ATTACK: Strathdale's Brigid McNamara

SEVEN clubs are represented across Sunday's start to the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League's finals series for its senior and youth teams.

All eight matches will be played at Epsom-Huntly Reserve.

The action kicks off at 9am. Last match of the day begins at 5pm.

Unbeaten since its loss in the pre-season Knockout Cup final, Strathdale finished 11 points clear of Spring Gully in the division one championship race.

Strathdale and Spring Gully meet in Sunday's semi-final at 5pm.

The Gully was beaten in two of its last three matches in the title race but has teamed well against the Blues.

Eaglehawk takes on Colts United,

The Hawks are unbeaten in their past seven matches.

Colts United has won two of the three clashes with the Borough.

The frontrunners in the women's championship, Colts United and Spring Gully contest the first of the women's semi-finals at 1pm.

In this season's meetings stand at one-all. Colts won 3-2 and Gully scored a 2-1 victory.

Epsom takes on Strathdale in the other semi-final at 3pm.

The Epsom Scorpions scored 4-1 and 3-1 victories in their previous meetings with the Blues.

Champions in division two, Strathdale faces Spring Gully from 3pm.

The Blues only loss in the championship campaign was a 2-0 defeat against Spring Gully a fortnight ago.

Eaglehawk tackles Swan Hill from 1pm in what's likely to be a closely-fought contest.

In the youth division, Strathdale takes on Swan Hill at 11am. The Swans scored a 3-1 win against the Blues in the last of the championship matches.

Golden City and Spring Gully are first to take to the pitch at 9am.

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