Golden Square and Huntly-North Epsom will battle for the Bendigo District Cricket Association first XI premiership.
The minor premier Bulldogs (9-305) thumped Strathdale-Maristians (175) in their semi-final clash at Wade Street, while the Power surged into the club's first grand final since North Bendigo played Golden Square in the 1995-96 decider.
The Power (203) advanced after scoring an impressive win over Eaglehawk (109) at Canterbury Park.
Huntly-North Epsom's performance to make the grand final comes after a long battle to stay competitive on and off the field.
Between 2003-04 and 2010-11 the Power went 72 games without a win and their only semi-final appearance in the past 23 years before the weekend was in 2011-12.
"It's massive for the club and great reward for a handful of people who do a power of work off the ground,'' Power skipper Elliott Massina said.
"It's been tough for a long time and everyone in Bendigo cricket probably sees us as cellar-dwellars in some respect.
"It's great for players like Brodie McRae and Brett Elvey who have been at the cub for 10 or 11 years and for someone like Anthony Tanner who has played all his junior cricket at the club.
"After a lot of hard years without much success, it's great reward for all the hard work that's been put in by some good people.
"Hopefully, we can do everyone proud next weekend."
Huntly-North Epsom's last first XI premiership was in the 1990-1991 season when the then North Bendigo Bulldogs upset Eaglehawk.
12 months ago the entire Golden Square club was left stunned after the first XI, second XI and third XI teams all suffered one-run or one-wicket defeats in semi-finals.
The first XI team, in particular, was left shattered by its one-run loss to eventual premier Sandhurst.
It's a different story this year, with all three teams qualifying for grand finals.
"It's a much better feeling this year, I'll give you the tip,'' Golden Square first XI captain Ben Gunn said.
"To have the three teams in grand finals shows how well the club is run.
"Everyone is happy that all three teams have made it. There's no segregation here. The first XI are wrapt for the third XI boys and second XI boys and vice versa.
"It's a trademark of a good club and a reward for the hard work that gets put in on and off he ground.
"I couldn't be prouder of everyone at the club."
Bendigo United in 2009-10 is the last club to have teams in the first, second and third XI grand finals.
The Redbacks won the first XI and third XI premeirships that season, but lost the second XI grand final.
Golden Square's last first XI premiership was in 2008-09. The only two players from the side still playing first XI at the club are coach Grant Connelly and in-form batsman Scott Johnson.
The first XI grand final will be played at the QEO.
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