Western Australia will play in their first Women’s National Cricket League final in 18 years, after claiming wins against Victoria and Queensland.
They will face the NSW Breakers who are into their 22nd straight WNCL final, that is every final since the introduction of the competition in 1996-97.
Ten players from the WBBL final between Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers are likely to face each other for another title on Saturday.
The Fury last made the WNCL finals in 1999-2000 but unfortunately lost the best-of-three finals series to the Breakers 2-0.
The last time they won the national championship was in 1986-87, under the previous Australian Women’s Cricket Championship format.
It is an incredible turnaround for the Fury who went winless in 2016-17.
They only dropped one game this season and that was against the Breakers.