B.S.R are in poll position to go back-to-back in the North Eastern Football League after downing Blyth-Snowtown by 49 points.
The Tigers punched their ticket for the NEFL Grand Final on Saturday with a 15.2 (92) to 6.7 (43) win over Blyth-Snowtown at Manoora Oval on Saturday.
Liam Whitwell’s men came out of the gates firing as they booted the first five goals of the contest and added another four in the second term.
At the halftime break, the reigning Premiers were up by 41 points and never looked back.
Alex Morgan for B.S.R and Cameron Giles for the Cats were both casualties and will miss the remainder of the season.
Matthew Longbottom and Todd Culley both kicked three each for the Tigers, while Josh Slade, Jack Haarsma, Lachie Wilsdon and Morgan booted a pair each.
Scott Atkinson was the only multi-goal kicker for Blyth-Snowtown.
In the second semi-final, R.S.M.U are within one game of making it five straight Grand Final appearances.
The Hawks dumped North Clare from the finals series with an 18.12 (120) to 10.5 (65) win.
Leading the Roosters 34-7 at the end of the first quarter at Manoora on Sunday, North mounted a slight comeback in the second but never looked a chance.
Craig Mullins led the way for the Hawks with 7 majors, while Dallas Hill kicked four for North.
It will be do or die for Blyth-Snowtown and R.S.M.U at Burra Oval this weekend as they lock horns for a place in the Grand Final.
Carly Grant was at both games on the weekend snapping some action shots for the Northern Argus.