Greater Illawarra Zone will have the chance to claim their first Country Championships title on home turf, with Keira Village set to host Sunday's final.
With North Dalton Park unavailable due to next Wednesday's Women's Big Bash League fixture, it was confirmed on Monday the clash between Greater Illawarra and Newcastle will be played in Keira.
The match will mark the second-straight year the Illawarra has hosted the final, with the 2018-19 edition between ACT Southern Districts and Central Coast played at North Dalton Park.
The fixture will mark Greater Illawarra's first Country Championships decider in the joint venture's second year of existence.
The region last featured in a final in 2013, when Illawarra fell to Newcastle.
The Keira wicket has been conducive for batting in recent weeks, with Balgownie easily chasing down 237 a fortnight ago and the Lions posting a first-innings total of 3-303 on Saturday.
Greater Illawarra Zone captain Jamie Fleming said he's looking forward to taking on the Illawarra's northern rivals on home turf.
"We wanted this game in Wollongong, not Newcastle," Fleming said. "They wanted to take the final off us. They're coming into our territory so we have to get stuck in and compete.
"Playing Newcastle at home will be awesome. Keira will be very flat, so there will be lots of runs scored but we're still confident."
Greater Illawarra qualified for the final by sweeping aside their Southern Pool rivals in Goulburn over the weekend. Newcastle took out the Northern Pool on the Central Coast.
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