KYABRAM is marching its way into this weekend’s semi final after dismissing Euroa for just 119 runs.
Euroa had the unenvious task of chasing Kyabram’s considerable total of 282 and had to fire early to have a chance.
Openers, Lachlan Hill and Jack Frewen were on the front foot from the first ball and played attacking cricket.
Hill put on 31 runs before Ricky Glass stole his wicket with one of his infamous off spinners.
Kyabram’s Connor Hawes stopped Andrew Crosbie who was well on the way to making a big total.
Jayden Fitzgerald and Billy McLay ripped through the middle/lower order and dashed any lasting hope that Euroa had for a win.
McLay starred with the ball, taking 3/1 off just three overs.
Kyabram have gone through the home and away season without losing a game and now face fourth seated team, the Northeners at Tallygaroopna on Sunday.
The Redbacks now need to drop the finals hoodoo that has haunted them in past few seasons, in order to taste long awaited finals victory.