Bendigo United and Strathfieldsaye scored convincing semi-final wins to set up a grand final clash in the BDCA under-16A grand final.
Bendigo United retained its unbeaten status by defeating White Hills by seven wickets.
The Redbacks restricted the Demons to 9-110 off their 50 overs. Tom McGuiness (24 not out) was best with the bat for the Demons.
Spinner Isaac Willits (2-3) and Tom Perrin (2-12) led a consistent Redbacks' bowling attack.
In reply, the Redbacks passed the White Hills' total in the 36th over.
Aidan Clemens made 48 retired, while Willits (26 not out) and Louis Banfield (20) also made solid contributions.
Strathfieldsaye 's bowlers set up the semi-final win over Bendigo United Redbacks.
Jedd O'Keefe (3-11), Jasper Cheesman (2-5) and Luke Rodda (2-10) tore through the Redbacks' line-up for just 64. Billy Bassett (23) was the only Redback batsman to fire.
Jets' opener Dev Singh (32 off 43 balls) ensured his side had few troubles in passing the total inside 20 overs.
Huntly-North Epsom and Strathdale-Maristians will play in the under-14A grand final.
The Power proved too strong for Bendigo United in their semi-final clash.
The Power restricted the Redbacks to 9-90 off their 40 overs, with Jack Wilson taking the impressive figures of 3-4, while Kyen Burrill-Grinton took 2-3. Ethan Oaten (43 retired) and Judd Gilchrist (21 retired) guided the Power to 1-99 off 21 overs.
In the other semi-final, Strathdale (8-157) defeated Kangaroo Flat (84) by 73 runs.
A brilliant spell by Jack Irwin (3-1) put the Roos on the back foot.
Jake Wight (21) and Cooper Orton (20) combined for almost half of the Roos' score.
Tadhg McBurney (35 not out), Noah Kelly (22 not out) and Alex Gooch (21 not out) batted well for the Suns.
Maiden Gully and Bendigo United qualified for the under-12A grand final.
Maiden Gully trio Noah Hadden (3-3), Oliver Bowman (2-4) and Riley Davey (2-4) combined to remove the Suns' final seven wickets for 15 runs in a score of 89. Lewis Ritchie (22) and Byron Ritchie (18) showed class with the bat for Strathdale.
Maiden Gully made 4-105, with Oliver McKenzie (17 not out) top scoring in an even team performance.
Will Rainey (2-5) was best with the ball for the Suns.
Bendigo United (4-123) edged out Eaglehawk (4-111) in an entertaining semi-final.
Eamon Austin (31 retired), Lenny McNamara (25) and Riley Travaglia (17) led the Redbacks to their big score.
The Hawks fell just short despite good batting from Xavier Stone (20 not out).
In the under-16B division, Marong (6-124) upstaged Maiden Gully (117) in the first semi-final, while Strathfieldsaye (207) outclassed Bendigo United (77).
Strathfieldsaye is also through to the under-14B grand final.
The Jets (7-89) defeated Huntly-North Epsom (9-75) in their semi-final. They'll play Maiden Gully in the final. Maiden Gully (7-131) proved too good for Strathdale-Maristians (96).
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