THE Blackmore Bolden Shield defence is over for Huskisson-Vincentia after being bundled out of the 2020 premiership by Shoalhaven United on Sunday.
At Ison Park on Sunday, the Bears jumped out of the gates in the Shoalhaven District Football Association minor semi-final - taking just four minutes to break the deadlock.
Fresh off his brace against St Georges Basin, striker Billy Wallington gave the Bears the lead in the fourth minute.
The elimination contest then went back and forth, with both sides having numerous chances, as it remained 1-nil until the break.
Alex Dicker's troops then doubled their lead in the 69th minute, when substitute Isaac Quirque hit the ball past Huskisson goalkeeper Scott Fagerlund.
The match was sealed in the 91st minute when Wallington added a second, to make it 3-nil at full-time.
This result sees the Bears progress to Saturday's preliminary final, where they'll face competition champions St Georges Basin - who lost 4-2 to Bomaderry in the major semi-final.
In reserve grade, Basin proved too strong to Bomaderry 2-nil, thanks to goals from Owen Browne and Alex McGarrell in the sixth and 58th minutes respectively.
The Dragons now play the Seagulls next week for a spot in the decider against the Tigers.
Finally in third grade, Bomaderry smashed Shoalhaven Heads-Berry 3-nil, behind strikes to Bradley Barnes (two) and William Garbutt.
The former next face Illaroo for a chance to play Huskisson in the final.