University captain Mitchell Hearn is looking forward to next week's Twenty20 showdown with Northern Districts after his side defeated Keira in Sunday's final.
Keira won the toss and chose to bat, however they were immediately on the back foot, Uni's bowlers restricting the Lions ability to score.
As the runs dried up, the wickets started to fall, Ryan Smith the only batsman able to get going on a fairly good batting wicket at Keira Oval.
With Uni bowling as a tight unit, the Lions were eventually bowled out for 110 in the 16th over.
Hearn's side made tough work of the run chase, however Mitch Calder was able to guide Uni to 7-114.
While thrilled with his side's bowling performance, Hearn acknowledged Uni must produce an improve batting effort if they are to defeat the Butchers in Sunday's final at North Dalton Park.
"I'm confident if we play to the best of our ability, we'll put ourselves in good stead," Hearn said.
"Northern Districts will definitely go in favourites, they're undefeated in the main competition and have only lost one Twenty20.
"We have to improve with the bat, but with the ball, we were pretty much spot on today. We bowled to our plans that we talked about before the game and made it hard for batsmen to score freely."
Uni will take on Northern Districts in the final, the Butchers claiming a comfortable victory over Dapto on Sunday.
After bowling the Canaries out for 101, Northern Districts cruised to 3-102 to secure the win.
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