ULLADULLA United will head to the grand final this weekend after its game against Sussex Inlet at Lighthouse Oval was declared a draw.
Ulladulla won the toss and elected to bat first.
Ulladulla got off to a bad start, losing opening batsman David Toghill (0) with just two runs on the board.
The other opening batsman, Carl Murray, managed to last the whole innings, with the rest of the order falling cheaply.
Carl Murray finished on 38, with Caleb Murray the nest highest scorer on 10 runs.
At the change of innings, Sussex had just 84 runs to chase, thanks largely to the outstanding performance from Kurt Regan, who took 5/19 off 10 overs.
Jason Hornitzky bowled just seven overs and managed to take 3/7, with Corey Bain (1/17) and Geoff Benning (1/16) claiming the other wickets.
Sussex went in to bat, with top order batsmen Hornitzky (9), Bain (6) and Regan (4) unable to transfer their fantastic bowling efforts to the bat.
The middle order also struggled to make an impact, with top scores from Callum Franchi (11) and Mark Robson (14 n.o).
Sussex finished Saturday’s play on 8/77 after 33 overs.
Sussex started Sunday with the bat and managed to finish its innings on 84 runs, Ulladulla’s score.
Ulladulla returned to the crease and batted the day out, finishing 5/256.
Because of this, the game was declared a draw. But as Ulladulla was higher on the table it will progress to the grand final.