A DOMINANT performance has seen Albion secure a place in this season's second grade grand final.
Court House proved to be no match for Albion in their semi-final clash at Kitchener Park, falling 131 runs short of their target.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, Albion's top order set up the convincing win with Bailey Lennox (51), Ryan Cooper (37) and Aaron Osmond (39) guiding the side to an imposing total of 207.
Shaeman Barr was the best of the Court House bowlers claiming 4-18 off four overs.
In reply, Court House could not get their innings going, losing wickets at regular intervals.
Albion required just four bowlers to claim all 10 Court House wickets with Trent White (4-34), Michael King (3-6), Zac Wheatland (2-14) and Osmond (1-18) sharing the wickets between them.
Lachlan King was admirable with the bat for his side scoring 35 from just 29 balls.
However, his efforts were in vein as his side was bundled out for 76 from just 18.1 overs.
Court House captain Nathan McDonald was the next best with the bat scoring 16.
The win sets up a mouth-watering grand final clash between Albion and Kookaburras on Saturday at Kitchener Park.
The two sides have traded places between first and second position on the ladder throughout the summer.
Kookaburras only lost one match throughout the season as well as claiming one outright victory.
While Albion lost three regular-season matches, they also claimed three outright victories as well.