Jindera secured their ticket to the Hume league netball grand final on Saturday, but it didn't come easy.
The score was tied between the Bulldogs and Brock-Burrum in Walbundrie for much of the second half, with just two goals separating the sides at the final whistle.
Jindera's Sarah Van den Heuvel was named best on court in the preliminary final clash, capping off what has been a huge week for the talented netballer.
Van den Heuvel was also crowned equal winner of the league's best and fairest medal last Wednesday night.
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Jindera coach Courtney Katalinic was relieved to see her team over the line in what was a tense race to the finish.
"It was a very stressful game," Katalinic said.
"If we had of been wearing heart rate monitors they would have been broken.
"We match-up so well down the court with them, so it really could have gone either way."
Jindera now face Billabong Crows in the grand final after the sides finished the regular season in the top two.
"We're excited to meet Crows again and have another chance," Katalinic said.