ALBURY-Wodonga Steamers advanced to the preliminary final with 44-10 hiding of Waratahs in their second grade clash at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.
With fullback Moses Baleidrokadroka scoring two tries and making many fast breaks, the Steamers were always in control.
Inside centre George Woods played well for coach Matt Coombes while Aiden Woodford-Smith also made his presence felt.
The Steamers will now take on Wagga City who were thumped by Leeton 33-0.
The teams didn't play each other during the home and away series.
The Steamers came through the clash without any injury concerns.
In first grade, CSU made it two wins over Tumut in their last two games after prevailing in a see-sawing contest at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.
After scoring their first win since 2018 in their last meeting before the bye, Reddies repeated the dose against the Bulls to take a 40-28 victory
After firing out of the blocks to lead 14-0, Tumut worked back into the game.
They levelled things before Hamish McMahon scored to hand CSU a 21-14 before Phil Shaw levelled things right on half-time.
Luke Seruwaqa extended CSU's lead before Tumut hit the lead for the first time with Pat Logan scored.
However the Reddies had the answers as they scored the last two tries through Liam Krautz and Waisale Nayavulagila to take the win.