The Brahmans will take on WA tomorrow looking to cement a spot in the Final after completing a thrilling win today over NSW, beating the Bush Blues with two balls to spare.

The Queensland Women's team finished fourth on net run rate and will play off tomorrow against East Asia Pacific in the first semi final from 10 am at Highfields.

The afternoon Semi-Final at the same ground, sees NSW take on South Australia. A final on Saturday afternoon at 1:30pm at Harristown awaits the two semi winners.

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The Brahmans relied on a great effort from CQ paceman Mason Kohler who claimed 4-41 from 10 overs as NSW were dismissed for 238.

Queensland was forced to work hard in the chase, although Gladstone's Sam Lowry got his side into a winning position, top-scoring with 84 after opener Mitchell English (66) had made a strong start at the top of the order.

The Brahmans finished at 7-242, scoring the winning runs with two balls left, lifting Queensland to the top of a congested leader board. 

The game against WA can be followed at:

The winner of that match is certain to contest the Final on Saturday.