|This will be a big weekend of sport (weather permitting!), with some summer sports finals getting underway, and in other competitions, the battle continues to earn a coveted place at the top of the ladder.
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The Wimmera Bowls Division Weekend Pennant competitions commence their semi-finals this weekend, with the Dimboola First Division team to play Horsham City at the Sunnyside greens in the semi-final.
The second last regular round of the Dimboola and District Tennis Association will be played tomorrow, with a couple of teams outside the top four still in the running for a place in the finals.
These two teams, Brim and Rainbow, take on the top two teams, Antwerp and Warracknabeal respectively, and will need an upset win if they are to keep their quest for a place in the finals alive for another week.
At the other end of the ladder, the wooden spoon could be decided when Jeparit host Dimboola, with the winner likely to avoid finishing on the bottom of the ladder as they both face tough matched in the last round the following weekend.
In the other match, Arkona can confirm a place in the finals with a win over the higher placed Warracknabeal on the Anzac Park courts.
The Blackheath-Dimboola Bulls have the weekend off due to a forfeit, but the two West Wimmera Warriors teams have a big weekend in store.
On Saturday the B grade Warriors will take to the field at Davis Park to defend their total of 289 they made last week against Lubeck-Murtoa and the C grade team will travel to the Dock Lake Reserve south of Horsham to play Horsham Saints.
Sunday will see the first grand finals for the season played on the Horsham City Oval when the Twenty20 title deciders will be played over the three senior grades.
The C grade Warriors will start the day when they encounter Laharum from 9.30 am, a team that they defeated in a one-day game last weekend but did lose to in their Twenty20 encounter back in November.
Following this the B grade team will play Lubeck-Murtoa at 12.30 pm. These two teams did not meet in the preliminary rounds but the Warriors go into the game undefeated in this format but the Mudlarks were not too far behind with two wins from their three completed games.