Keira head into this weekend's second semi-final against Wollongong full of confidence, having not lost since November.
The seven-match unbeaten streak includes a comprehensive victory over Wollongong just a few weeks ago in round 12.
That match saw Troy Coleman tear through the Lighthouse Keepers batting lineup, taking 7-56 as he led his team to an 82-run victory.
Lions captain Kyle Connor said there will be no risk of complacency and is expecting Wollongong to produce a much-improved performance this weekend.
"We came away with the win a few weeks ago at North Dalton," Connor said. "I think they probably underperformed a bit, they didn't quite bat to their potential.
"We're expecting a tough game this week, I'm sure it won't be as easy as last time."
Wollongong responded to the loss by recording victories over Port Kembla and University in the final two weeks of the season. to secure second place on the ladder and a home final.
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