MOUNTIES rugby league team are through to the grand final of the Ron Massey Cup this Saturday against defending premiers Wentworthville Magpies at St Marys Stadium.
The NSW Rugby League competition is the tier below the NSW Cup.
The Eddie Flahey-coached team thrashed The Entrance 48-8, in the preliminary final, at WIN Jubilee Oval, Kogarah, on Sunday.
Mounties scored eight tries and kicked eight goals surging to victory.
The game was never in doubt with Mounties leading 24-4 at half-time and they maintained their form scoring another four converted tries in the second half.
Mounties halfback Blake Davies was radar-like with his boot landing the eight goals and backrower Nick Kassis scored two tries and was dominant in attack and defence.
A delighted coach Eddie Flahey couldn't heap praise enough on his team which played outstanding attacking rugby league.
"It was a great effort across the park, we will enjoy the win but we haven't won a trophy yet," Flahey said.
In the Sydney Shield final also played at Kogarah, Mounties bowed out 56-30 against Wentworthville Magpies.
Mounties NSW Cup coach Steve Antonelli said it's been a big effort from both Ron Massey Cup and Sydney Shield teams this season to make the finals.
Mounties media manager Michael Pugsley said it's been a huge effort and commitment from the players and coaches.
"Everyone has worked hard throughout the season," Pugsley said.
"Wentworthville are the defending premiers and it will be a tough grand final."
Mounties finished second after the 22 competition rounds on 33 points and Wentworthville were third on 30 points. Grand final kick-off is 3pm.