Hanwood has secured the chance to defend their Leonard Cup title following a 3-1 win over second-placed Tolland in the major semi-final on Sunday.
Hanwood will take on Cootamundra for the title after the Strikers scored a hard-fought 2-1 win over Junee on Sunday.
Hanwood went into the game after having the last two weeks off heading into the tough clash with Tolland, but coach Anthony Zuccato praised the way his side went about the clash.
"It is good to have that momentum heading into the grand final," he said.
"It was the first game in three weeks, so it had been a while, but the girls played well.
"I'm really happy with how things are looking. There are a couple of little niggles but nothing too serious at this stage."
Having played Tolland in the last game, they played in the last weekend in September the sides know each other well and Zuccato felt the game played out similarly to the last match which decided the minor premiership.
"It was very tough, similar to last time we played them," he said.
"It was hard-fought in the middle. Our defence really stepped up for us today, and our forwards were able to take advantage when the chances came."
The Hanwood side was able to take a 1-0 lead into halftime thanks to a goal from Johane Oberholzer.
Tolland was able to pull on back in the second half however a second to Oberholzer, and one to Airlie Savage put the game to bed to send Hanwood through to the grand final.
"Two of the goals came on the breakaway," he said.
"The other goal we built up the play really well and were able to open them up. We were able to put some good combinations together and some good passes and were able to open up their defence."
Zuccato was full of praise for Maree Cirillo in goal for the Hanwood side.
"She was huge for us today and had a great day in goal," he said.
"Georgia Salvestro at the back was solid all day as well, and Kandice had another great game in the middle.
"Airlee Savage was also a standout."