Williams and Pingelly-Noonebin will clash for a grand final spot in the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association preliminary final this Sunday. The final will be played at Williams Town Oval from noon. Defending champions Pingelly-Noonebin will be looking to advance to their second straight decider, while Williams will be in search of their first grand final appearance since 2017-18. Cuballing advanced straight through to next week’s grand final after a wonderful bowling effort against Williams, who finished on top of the ladder, in the second semifinal last Saturday. Batting first on their home deck, Williams collapsed horribly and managed a very dismal score of 49. Cuballing’s Grady Francis ripped through the top order with 4-21 from 10 overs while Blair Forrest (2-3) and Terrence Enslin (2-12) were also important in the rout. Mitch Hogg top scored in the miserly batting performance with eight, but no batsman reached double figures. In reply, Cuballing had no trouble chasing down the small total, finishing 1-51 in 8.3 overs. Openers Rhett and Kendal Ballard made 23 runs before the latter was dismissed, but Rhett Ballard and Joe Dowling guided their side home with ease. Dowling finished unbeaten on 20 and Rhett Ballard made 18 not out in the crushing nine-wicket win. Pingelly-Noonebin finished comfortable 95-run victors over Wandering in their elimination final on Saturday. Batting first, Pingelly-Noonebin posted 7-193 as Tom Blechynden (44), Jordan Hughes (40), Jordan Blechyden (36) and Dylan Kirk (36) led the way with the bat. Bailey Parsons snared 3-52 off 10 overs while Bryan Hardie took 2-31 for Wandering, but were unable to chase down the total, bowled out for 98 in the 35th over as Matthew Durmanich (4-24) and Cameron Hill (2-17) starred with the ball. Hardie tried his best for Wandering with 51 at the top of the order and Carl Garrick added 23, but their side’s season came to an end. Harrismith continued their impressive season in the B-grade competition after advancing straight through to the decider as they defeated Boddington in the second semifinal. Wagin booked their place in this weekend’s preliminary final after defeating Cuballing in their elimination fixture. Boddington and Wagin will meet in the preliminary final this Saturday in Boddington.