Minor premiers Berry men and Burrawang Banksias women have booked Shoalhaven Hockey grand finals berths.
Both won hard-fought major semi-finals clashes at the Shoalhaven Regional Hockey Complex at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex at North Nowra on Saturday in atrocious conditions.
The strong westerly winds, more attuned to flying kites, made conditions extremely tough.
The men's major semi went down to penalty one on ones after Berry and St Georges Basin were locked 1-all at fulltime and remained locked after two, 10 minute periods of extra time.
Berry eventually took the win 3-1 on penalties.
In regulation time Myles Burke had scored for Berry and Jacob Brookfield for Basin.
The Banksias scored a solid 3-1 win over Berry.
Banksias opened the scoring early in the first quarter through Samantha Badgery and slammed in two quick goals in the second quarter through Laura Byfield and Jacqui Lee to take a demanding 3-nil lead.
Berry hit back just before the break with Suzi Jarman scoring.
Despite an entertaining second half and plenty of scoring opportunities, neither side was able to add to the scoreline.
In the women's minor semi-final Shoalhaven Heads Mermaids brought St Georges Basin's season to an end to a solid 2-nil win.
Julie Martin-Tinker and Monique Hanel scored goals for the Heads.
In the men's minor semi Allsorts kept their season alive with a 1-nil win over the Burrawang Yowies thanks to a John Bunter goal.
In the finals next week, St Georges Basin will play Allsorts in the men's at 1pm, while Berry will play Shoalhaven Heads in the women's at 3pm.
The winners will face Berry and Burrawang Banksias in the grand final the following week.