CMC’s Daniel Clohsey led the way against Warrnambool. Photo: Andrew Perryman.

CATHERINE McAuley College has romped into an all-Bendigo SSV Premier League football final, smashing Warrnambool College at Epsom on Wednesday.

After CMC scored a convincing win over Bendigo Senior Secondary College a fortnight ago, the two will meet again next week in the grand final.

BSSC travelled to Box Hill and also emerged victorious to set up a showdown next Wednesday.

CMC dominated its clash at Epsom from the outset but rammed the advantage home in the third quarter, kicking seven goals to Warrnambool’s one behind to take a 76-point lead into the final change.

The visitors kicked three goals in the final term as a late consolation prize but were beaten 16.12.108 to 5.7.37.

BSSC’s win was also more than convincing, easily beating Box Hill 11.7.73 to 3.8.26.

The two sides will meet in the SSV Premier League final for the first time next week, with the game likely to be held at the QEO.

The winner will progress to the MCC Herald Sun Shield semi-final to be held in the week of July 18.Riva