Top two set for title bout

Nuriootpa and Angaston will fight it out on April 1 to decide who is the Barossa and Light Bowling Association's top dog, after an intense weekend of finals action.

Semi Final - Lyndoch v Tanunda

Lyndoch took its recent form and ran with it, as it made short work of last minute qualifiers Tanunda by 23 shots on Saturday afternoon.

It was a consistent performance from the club that finished third in the home and away season, restricting Tanunda's shots.

Darren Green took out a five-shot victory over Tanunda counterpart Ian Jaensch, with a scoreline of 24-19.

Harry Sykes returned to form with a thrilling two-shot win over Tony Edwards' rink.

Mike Cotton's four were on fire, making sure Bradley Pech's rink were to get nowhere near a result, taking home a 31-22 victory.

John Grantham's side managed to seal it away with a seven-shot victory over Tim Liersch.

Semi Final - Nuriootpa v Angaston

With a spot in the BLBA grand final on the line, both Nuriootpa and Angaston bowled their hearts out, with the ticket going to the visitors by the slimmest of margins.

The contest was underlined with the rink clash between Ashley Schultz and Mark Schutz.

Both Schultz's four and Schutz's four managed to settle at 22 shots apiece.

WATCHING ON: Angaston division one's Wayne Newell admires his handy work against Nuriootpa in the semi final.

WATCHING ON: Angaston division one's Wayne Newell admires his handy work against Nuriootpa in the semi final.

Brian Bowden secured a deciding rink, defeating Wayne Williams by just a solitary shot.

ANALYSING: Nuriootpa Gold division two's Denise Baker analyses her shot.

ANALYSING: Nuriootpa Gold division two's Denise Baker analyses her shot.

Stewie Allen managed to secure a five-shot win for Nuriootpa, putting the premiership favourites in a favourable position.

ROLLING: Nuriootpa Gold division two's Tony Gerlach places his bowl onto the green.

ROLLING: Nuriootpa Gold division two's Tony Gerlach places his bowl onto the green.

However, Ian Cockroft's five-shot victory in his rink over Adam Forbes earned Angaston a fairy tale berth in the BLBA grand final.

Preliminary Final - Nuriootpa v Lyndoch

SKIPPER: Angaston division one skipper Liam Buckley prepares his bowl.

SKIPPER: Angaston division one skipper Liam Buckley prepares his bowl.

Lyndoch faced the impossible for the final ticket in the grand final, as it faced Nuriootpa for the opportunity to clash with Angaston in two weeks' time.

However, Nuriootpa was relentless in its bowling following Saturday's defeat to Angaston.

Wayne Williams set the wheels in motion for the hosts, as his rink made short work of Darren Green's four, defeating it by 17 shots.

In a high scoring affair, Stewie Allen earned another victory for the weekend, beating Harry Sykes 32-30.

Adam Forbes' four went from zeroes on the Saturday to heroes on the Sunday, defeating Mike Cotton's four by six shots.

However, Nuriootpa suffered a defeat in just one rink, and it was a low-scoring defeat.

John Grantham managed to take home a 23-14 win over the usually reliable Ashley Schultz, who had a tough weekend on the green.