BAILS will be rattling all over the Central North this weekend as finals fever hits the region.
In Walcha, Colts will be desperate to win, as they take on Round Swamp in the grand final.
Colts have been minor premiers for the previous three years, played in two grand finals and have not lifted the trophy in that time.
In Narrabri, last year’s grand final will be replayed in a preliminary final as Tatts and RSL go head-to-head.
Tatts had the minor premiership in their grasp before losing to Golf Club in the final round last week.
Golf Club then finished on top and awaits the winner of this week to play in the grand final next weekend.
Kookaburras are also waiting to see who they will meet next weekend for the grand final in Gunnedah.
Fast finishers Mornington will meet Albion at
Wolseley Park to see who gets that honour.
Mornington recently put a score of over 300 on the minor premiers, and will go in favourites despite
finishing behind Albion on the table.
Tamworth will see two semi finals as Norths and
Bective play in a tense preliminary minor semi at Chaffey Park.
After taking first innings points in a rain-affected game last weekend Bective will go in confident but are wary of Norths who are always dangerous at finals time.