GEOFF Gibbs and his Bomaderry Tigers have qualified for their second straight AFL South Coast women's premier grand final, after grinding out a tough 3.3-21 to 2.7-19 win against the Wollongong Bulldogs.
At Myimbarr Oval on Saturday, Bridget Kellett (two) and Nayana Patmore kicked goals for the Tigers, in a game in which Emma Dempsey, Sophie Phillips, Jess Liddiard, Jaimi-Lee Gibbs and Lily McDonald also played strongly.
Gibbs' side will now play the winner of the Bulldogs and Lions - who defeated Kiama (5.4-34 to 3-3.21) on Saturday - in the decider.
Unfortunately for the Tigers, this was their only victory for the day as their premier men's side were eliminated by Figtree 19.9-123 to 4.4-28.
Blair Oliver kicked all the Tigers' majors, as Siwa Harvey-Aziz, Courtney Ward, John Muggleton, Jack Boxsell and Jack Carter all did what they could in the loss.
The Kangaroos will now face Kiama, who lost to the Wollongong Lions (10.7-67 to 8.3-51), in Saturday's preliminary final at Hollymount Park.
At Tom Smith Oval, Nowra/Albatross went down in their major semi-final 8.6-54 to 5.4-34 to the Wollongong Bulldogs - despite goals from Taigen Dubbelde (two), Michael Pelda (two) and Brad Barnes.
The Vikings will now face Figtree, who edged Port Kembla, for a spot in the division one men's final.
Ulladulla booked their spot in both the division two men's and division one women's finals, after downing Northern Districts (6.9-45 to 2.5-17) and Dapto City (7.8-50 to 1.5-11).