Victoria Country will play NSW Metro in the final of the National Under-19 Cricket Championships in Perth on Thursday.
The Victoria Country squad, which is captained by Sandhurst premiership player Todd Murphy, upset Victoria Metro in Wednesday's semi-finals.
After winning the toss and batting, Victoria Country posted 8-296 off its 50 overs.
Patrick Rowe (103 not out off 119 balls) made his second century of the tournament and he received great support from Mitch Davey (63 off 46) and Tom Jackson (51 off 52).
Murphy batted at number five and made 17 off 32 balls.
The Victoria Country bowlers did a superb job to dismiss Victoria Metro for just 153.
Opening bowler Triyan De Silva (2-19) claimed the prized wicket of Victorian state player Jake Fraser-McGurk for a golden duck.
Murphy claimed the final wicket of the game and finished with figures of 1-17 off 5.4 overs.
His former Sandhurst team-mate Nick Gladman didn't play in the semi-final.
Friday's grand final will be played at the WACA and is scheduled to start at 1pm (AEDT).
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