The Greater Northern Raiders punched their ticket to the Premier League final in spectacular fashion against New Town on Sunday.
In a gobsmackingly quick one-day match at Westbury, a bowling onslaught by the Raiders saw the Bucks bowled out for just 16 runs.
"I've been involved in cricket a fair while, and I can honestly say I've never been involved in a game like that," Raiders coach Darren Simmonds said.
"To finish in such a quick time ... [it was] a pretty strange day to be honest."
I've been involved in cricket a fair while, and I can honestly say I've never been involved in a game like that- Darren Simmonds
The 45-minute innings for New Town kicked off with Raiders bowler Sophie Parkin bowling out Bonnie Davies for a golden duck; Zoe Lowry took the chance at point.
Parkin was elevated to vice-captain for the match - Simmonds said she was out to play hard.
"She was certainly keen to take on that role and do well and she certainly started the ball rolling for us," he said.
"We [Parkin and bowlers] really wanted to challenge the stumps on Sunday ... bring our margin of dismissal in, and we were able to do that."
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Bowling mate Hannah Magor saw to her side of the pitch as well, finishing 3-4 in four overs.
Kate Sherriff and Ava Curtis, fresh off her MVP performance in the Cricket North grand final for South Launceston, also claimed a wicket each in the duck-laden.
With a significantly low total to chase, a 13-run innings by Raiders opener and captain Caitlyn Webster was all that was needed to see her side to a nine-wicket win.
While both sides were depleted of some of their best players, Simmonds was nonetheless pleased with how his team executed in the roughly one hour-long match.
"We just made sure we went about it the right way, executed our skills and hopefully take care of business," he said.
Simmonds said the club eagerly watched the results of the day's second match between first-placed Clarence and North Hobart, knowing that a Kangaroos win would lock the Raiders into the final.
And Clarence would do just that, eliminating North Hobart in a 101-run win.