The Leeton Soldiers Club Colts will face off with the Yanco Cricket Club after picking up success in their preliminary final against Narrandera.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, Narrandera made a slow start with James Sullivan (1) falling to the bowling of Michael Keech after just two overs.
The Carpheads struggled to get themselves out of the precarious position as Keech (2/13) picked up the wicket of Haydn Emerson (6) while Josh Carn (2/11) was able to dismiss Jonathan Doyle (2) and Mick Foster (4) to see the Narrandera side struggling on 4/15 after 11 overs.
Hugh Collins picked up his first wicket of the day when he had Damien Mohr caught by Nathan Tang before Brent Lawrence (15) and Mark Tilyard (37*) were the only batsmen to offer any resistance.
Collins (5/35) ripped through the lower order from Narrandera and was on a hat-trick at one stage to see the Carpheads bowled out for 86 after 39.1 overs.
The Colts made a slow start to their innings as Kal Poulsen (0) fell to the bowling of Foster while Matt Del Guzzo (4) was bowled by Doyle (1/34)
The Colts found some stability with Nathan Tang and Collins before Tang (14) was dismissed by Foster with Nathan Carn and Collins continuing to push their side towards the Carpheads total.
After putting on 38 runs, Carn (12) fell to the bowling of Emerson (2/22) and was followed closely behind by Rob Keech (0). Reece Keech and Hugh Collins got their side to a first innings lead before Keech (9) was dismissed by Brent Lawrence (1/14).
Michael Keech (21) and Collins (97) were able to give their side a first innings lead of 80 as the Carpheads come out for their second innings.
Doyle (4) fell to the bowling of Michael Keech (1/14) before Sullivan and Emerson tried to get their side back on track. The pair got Narrandera to 45 before Josh Carn (1/22) took the wicket of Sullivan which was followed by the wickets of Foster (0) and Tilyard (0) both fell to the bowling of Nathan Carn (2/14).
Brent Lawrence (30) was able to make a start, however, Narrandera was bowled out for 87 giving them a lead of seven runs when the game was called to see the Colts head to the grand final thanks to the first innings win.