FORSTER-Tuncurry Hawks will have two teams involved on group three rugby league grand final day at Wauchope on Sunday, August 25.
This follows the major semifinals played at Kempsey.
Forster's women's league tag side upset the favourites, Port City, 14-12 in an enthralling match.
This is the first time in two years the Breakers have lost a game.
Forster showed enough in the previous week's win over Taree City to prove they're a genuine premiership chance.
With the experienced Ash Alcorn leading the way with a great kicking game in difficult, windy conditions, the Hawks managed to bustle Port's usually free-flowing attack.
Some desperate defence also denied the Breakers when it appeared they were try-bound.
The Hawks have the week off and can watch on as Port City do battle with Hastings neighbours, Wauchope, in the final to be played at Kempsey.
Forster's reserve grade continued their impressive late season form, downing minor premiers Wingham 22-12.
Wingham looked to have the major semifinal in control until the Hawks struck with a late scoring burst.
Wingham will now play Port City in Sunday's final.
In first grade, Wauchope qualified for the first grade grand final by defeating Macleay Valley 28-26.
Port City defeated Wingham 30-24 in the minor semi. The game went into extra time after a late goal to the Breakers locked the scores up at 24-24.
Port City ended Forster's season the previous week in the elimination semi-final.
Meanwhile, Forster's Kylie Hilder bowed out of rugby league as a winner when she played strongly in CRL Newcastle's victory over Mounties in the grand final of the NSW Women's Premiership played at ANZ Stadium.
Hilder indicated before the game that win, lose or draw she would be retiring.
Newcastle scored a determined 24-10 victory. Hilder, who played dummy half, gained Newcastle's players' player award.
She scored a vital try in the game just before halftime to give Newcastle a 12-6 lead at the break.
Player of the match, Holli Wheeler, paid tribute to Hilder, saying she was the inspiration for her to play rugby league.
"Mate, I've been telling her to go one more year for about five years now," Wheeler, from Old Bar, said.
"Massive credit to Kylie, she's the actual reason why I'm down here playing footy.
"To be able to play an Origin with her and win a premiership with her, I've known her all my life and shared a lot of special memories with her, but this one is right up there."
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