Wodonga is through to its second successive grand final.
Wodonga posted 212 against North Albury on day one, with Andrew Berg on 52.
North was cruising at 0-93, but the introduction of Jack Craig’s off-spin proved the difference as he took 7-60 to torpedo the home team.
“They had us, but us being Dogs, and our DNA I’d say, is we never give up,” Craig said.
“It was a massive team effort after that we ended up bowling them out from there with 10 wickets for 102 runs.”
North finished with 195.
Ash Borella handed his team a flyer with a sizzling 63 runs from 56 balls, while fellow opener David Farrell made 35.
North lost 5-20 from there, but while coach Brendan Simmons was at the wicket, North had a chance.
He played a patient knock, with an unbeaten 56 from 150 balls, although he did hit four sixes.
However, he couldn’t find a partner to get the team home as Wodonga grabbed another grand final berth.