Exies has taken out the second-grade minor premiership after picking up an eight-wicket win over Hanwood while nearest rivals Leagues fell to a 46-run loss at the hands of Coro.
The Exies side needed to take the win over Hanwood to have any chance of taking first place.
Cameron Harrison (2/20) got Exies off to a good start picking up the wickets of Angus Bartter (3), and Graham McGann (7) before Charlie Simpson (30) and Morgan Tiere (21) helped get their side moving in the right direction.
Luke Catanzariti (48) finished as Hanwood's top scorer while Trevor Cowie (12) was also able to chip in as Hanwood were bowled out for 143 with Jimmy Mann (2/12) and John Gallagher (2/23) picking up two wickets each.
Exies made a great start with Scott Campbell, and Dan Brady at the top of the order getting their side to 87 before Campbell (39) was dismissed by Zac Ruediger (1/19).
Brady and Josh Davis got their side to within 18 runs of victory before Kym Wheeler struck to remove Davis (15) however Brady (79*) and Mann (9*) were able to guide Exies to victory.
Coro headed into their game against Leagues knowing a win would secure their spot in finals.
Brett Crooks (32) and Peter Taprell (20) were the only Coro batsmen to break double digits as Leagues' Teei Piawi (3/10) finished with three wickets while Babar Safdar (2/8), Shane Makea (2/14) and Teao Woetai (2/7) finished with two wickets each to see Coro bowled out for 88.
The Cougars got on top as Dion Pascoe (5/15), and Angus Kennedy (2/8) ripped through the top order to see Panthers sitting on 7/14, and only Safdar (14) was able to offer any resistance as Leagues were bowled out for 42.
Diggers will head into finals with confidence after a win over Coleambally.
Mark Favell (48) lead the way for Diggers with contributions from Paresh Bhardwaj (24), Jack Favell (20) and Nathan Richards (20) saw their side reach 8/172 off 40 overs.
Sam Casey (62) and Jack Weymouth-Smith (27) gave the Nomads a chance, but tight bowling from Mark Favell (3/27), Matthew Butcher (2/24) and Brian Corner (2/27) saw Coleambally bowled out for 137.