SOUTH Launceston will be eager to join Burnie Baptist in the GNL men's grand final but first South Burnie stands in their way.
Baptist defeated the Suns 2-1 last week to qualify for the grand stage, making it eight seasons in a row either of the pair have done so.
South Burnie were on the other end of a 2-1 result last week, defeating Launceston City in the elimination final to come into Saturday's St Leonards clash in form.
But history could be against the Hawks, going down to the Suns 2-1 in round three before a heavier 7-1 loss more recently.
The visiting side haven't tasted defeat since then however, and if Stu Bowles and Jordan Dart (25 goals between them) are firing, an upset result and grand final berth could happen.
Kurt Budgeon and Al McBain will have to be stopped, having scored 60 of the 115 majors.
While the men could have a repeat of last year's grand final, a new match-up is confirmed for the women regardless of the City Marians and Queechy result.
Despite coming in as fourth-placed underdogs, Queechy denied West Devonport an eighth consecutive grand final with a 2-0 win last week to continue their season.
The Penguins hit the road to McKenna Park on Saturday, facing the reigning premiers for the right to battle South Launceston after the pair went to shootouts last week.
Who has the upper hand in this one is anyone's guess, with the pair splitting their two contests this season - Queechy taking the early match-up 2-1 before Marians retaliated 3-2.
The recent victory kickstarted a seven-week undefeated streak for the Marians which only ended last week.
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