The George Tavern has advanced to the preliminary final with a 39-30 win against Nexus Power Comets.
It was a much as battle against the elements as each other as a fierce wind disrupted passing and made life a nightmare for the shooters.
The George's Amonie Lindsell praised shooters on both teams for their efforts on the day.
"To finish with a score of 39-30 is an amazing effort in those conditions. To be able to convert so well was incredible," Lindsell said.
"It was a good outcome for us in pretty horrible conditions."
All the more remarkable given the youthful age of The George's shooters with 15-year-old Tayla Winter and 19-year-old Kate Blanch in goal for the entire game.
"Both Taylor and Kate did very well. They are 15 and 19 and then we had Layla (Varley) run out in the second half and she is 16. When you surround them with people who have been there and done it before it made for a good balance," Lindsell said.
The Comets also fielded two 15 year-olds with midfielder Jess Mossman and defender Sophie Hickling both again in their team's best.
"It's great to see for the competition overall. It's great to see new teams making it as far as they have and new players in existing teams doing so well," Lindsell said
"The competition was a much tighter one this year, you didn't know from week to week what the outcome would be. Hills of course are the team to beat but we'll see next week if their great form all year transfers over the finals."
Lindsall said her team was very much enjoying the ride in the finals.
"I think we went into it just being happy with where things ended up," she said. "I don't think we really expected to be playing finals and it meant there wasn't really pressure on us.
"It wasn't that the game wasn't hard or that our opponents weren't difficult because they certainly were. It was just that in terms of our season we didn't expect to be there and were relaxed.
"It was great to get there and just play netball, enjoy it and be competitive and it was certainly competitive."