Wanderers will face Broomehill in the Great Southern Cricket Association elimination semifinal this Saturday after securing a finals berth with a victory over cross-town rivals Australs North in round 13 on Saturday. Top team Tambellup and second placed Kendenup will face off in the other semifinal, the winner progressing directly to the grand final. Wanderers posted 9-173 from their 45 overs at Quartermaine Oval led by a half century from Kyle Sinclair before Trevor Parminter did the damage with the ball. Sinclair opened the batting and despite wickets falling around him he made a patient 57 from 113 balls to get his side to a match-winning total. Valuable contributions from Parminter (31), Tyrone Pinney (20) and Brock Green (12 not out) helped their side pass 150. Kris Norris did everything he could for Australs North claiming impressive figures of 4-9 off nine overs while Zane Watkins (2-32) also chipped in. In reply Australs North were in a comfortable position at 3-114 before a major collapse left them 22 runs short of victory. Phil Pink made a gallant 63 from 117 balls but his side lost 7-21 to be bowled out for 151. Parminter finished with 4-29 while Pinney (2-2) and Ben Quartermaine (2-29) also bowled well. A superb bowling performance from Kendenup helped them hand reigning premiers Tambellup their first loss of the season on the eve of the finals. Tambellup batted first and were restricted to 121 after losing 8-44 at one stage. David Sobey took 3-9 while Callum Gribble, Mitch Jackson and Jeremy Groves all took two wickets each. Connor Hawkins top scored with 35 and Shane Willmott finished unbeaten on 34 but it wasn’t enough. Kendenup chased down the total with ease finishing on 3-124 in the 35th over. Clinton Gilbert led the way with an unbeaten 45 to go with contributions from Tristan Ballard (27 not out) and Scott Hillman (21). Daniel Willmott snared 2-9 from six overs for Tambellup. Australs North and Frankland River will play off for the B-grade premiership with date to be confirmed.