Junee’s fourth and fifth grade men’s bowling teams have qualified for the final, where they’ll face an old foe.
Junee hosted their rivals when the Rules Club came to town looking for a psychological boost before the final in May.
Junee had already locked up the minor premiership.
The local side fought hard regardless and played out a stunning 57-all draw.
Junee finished the regular season 15 points clear of Rules, with the two sides now set to play in the final on May 7.
Junee’s fifth grade outfit played the Rules Club in Wagga, needing at least three points overall to ensure they finished minor premiers.
Junee won two out of the three rinks but went down down 69-61 overall.
Junee’s closest rival then needed to win their match against Ganmain 10-0 to take the top spot and they did exactly that.
The locals finished in second spot and, like their fourth grade counterparts, will face Rules in the final.