A Herbert Walden hat-trick could not stop Brothers ending Wanderers season in a 38-22 win over the weekend.
Brothers president Mick Tydd said his team was feeling good about going into the major semi-final with a win behind them.
"We are heading into the next semi full of confidence," Tydd said.
"This is the first time we have been into the major semi-final for a long time and we are fired up to win and play Town in the grand final."
Mr Tydd also said the Dempsey brothers were in their stride.
"Our half back Troyden Dempsey really stood up and controlled the game well," he said.
"I also thought fullback Shane Dempsey was a clear stand out but all the boys played really well."
The second game had Town and Black Stars clash in a close contest up until the final whistle. In the end Town's middle was just that little bit more tighter and would see them hold on to finish with a 42-30 win.
Town president Sean Wade said overall the game was a close contest.
"We got off to a great start but then a few errors started to creep in," Wade said.
"That's when Black Stars fought their way back in and it turned into a solid arm wrestle. It was a close game throughout up until the very end."
Mr Wade singled out two players that helped his side book themselves a seat in the grand final.
"Back rower Ronald Francis had a belter in attack and defence and finished with two tries, while our halfback Allan Heldsinger scored himself a hat-trick."
"The week off is going to be very handy as we got a few injuries throughout the game," Wade said.
Brothers play Black Stars this Saturday August 24 with the winner going through to the grand final against Town.
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