Claremont-Nedlands (1st) v Scarborough (4th)

Claremont-Nedlands just snuck into top spot on the One Day ladder at the end of the season, just edging out Willetton with a better quotient, while Scarborough defeated University in the final One Day match to steal fourth spot.

Not a lot has separated these two sides throughout the season, with the Gulls boasting the second highest scoring batting line-up in the competition.

However, the Tigers have owned the One Day competition in recent years, winning the last three Grand Finals in a row, and with Bradley Hope and Nicholas Hobson in tremendous touch, they will be hard to stop.  

 

Willetton (2nd) v Subiaco Floreat (3rd)

Willetton just missed out on top spot on quotient to Claremont-Nedlands after defeating Gosnells in the final match of the season, while Subiaco-Floreat’s loss to the Tigers in the final round which meant the Lions also missed out on finishing outright first.

The Lions have been dangerous all season in the One Day competition, possessing the highest scoring batting line-up in the league.

Cameron Green and Aaron Lilly have been amongst the best performers with the bat for the Lions and will need to be contained if the Dragons are to make their second One Day final in a row.

However, Willetton aren’t short on weapons either, with Matthew Hanna leading the bowling attack once again, and James Godfrey in sparkling touch with the bat.