CR United is through to the Hockey Albury-Wodonga division one men's grand final after seeing off Norths 3-2 in the major semi-final at Albury Hockey Centre on Sunday.
It was an even contest with Norths creating a number of short corner opportunities, but United's defence held firm to see off the challenge.
David Foster, Henry MacQueen and Henry Vogel were on target for United, while Norths' Josh Verity finished with a brace.
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Norths will now meet Magpies in next Sunday's preliminary final after they saw off Falcons 1-0 in the elimination semi-final.
Jeremy Maggs produced the only goal of the game.
Meanwhile, in division one women, defending premiers Falcons booked their place in the decider with an impressive 3-0 victory against Wodonga.
Kate Bardy scored a double, while Emma Pontt also got on the board.
Both sides had their opportunities, but Falcons were much more clinical in the circle, scoring all three goals from penalty corners.
Magpies will take on Wodonga in the preliminary final after edging out United 2-1 in the sudden death semi-final.
Riley Sutherland put Magpies ahead early, but United took control of the game and levelled in the last quarter through Grace Ronnfeldt to force extra time.
United continued to pile on the pressure with short corner opportunities, but Magpies responded well to force the ball into attack, and, after a stoppage, Sutherland grabbed her second to seal a thrilling win.