Finals match ups locked in following thrilling double header
The SA Super League minor round came to a close on Sunday, with all eyes now shifting towards the finals series.
The top four in each grade has been locked in following the rounds six and seven double header at the Salisbury Bowling Club.
Wins over the Southern Blazers and Central Chargers saw the Mallee Pirates claim top spot on the ladder thanks to shots for across the seven rounds.
The Heysen Comets clinched second spot and a double chance thanks to wins over the Eastern Raiders and Western Rogues.
Losses to the Rogues and the Raiders saw the Norther Knights slip to third spot on the ladder.
They will face the Chargers in the elimination semi-final, after the reigning premiers also suffered two losses to finish the minor round.
Two big wins weren’t quite enough for the Spartans to sneak into the top four, while the Raiders, Rogues and Blazers finished in sixth, seventh and eighth respectively.
The Reserves finals will see the Blazers, Raiders, Knights and Comets in action after they finished in the top four, with the Comets just sneaking in thanks to shots for across the overall season.
The battle for the top four in the junior competition was also red-hot, with the Rogues, Blazers, Comets and Chargers keeping their respective seasons alive.
The finals kick off at the Salisbury Bowling Club this Sunday.