Romsey bowler Jamie Taylor in action during Sunday's semi-final.

ROMSEY fell to Sunbury United in its McIntyre Cup semi-final against Sunbury United by 57 runs.

Dilan Chandima was the hero for Sunbury United with 100 from 108 balls faced, including nine boundaries.

Sunbury United’s 6/221 proved an insurmountable target for the Redbacks, who were bowled out for 154 in the 38th over.

While it was a disappointing end to the season for Romsey, the team can celebrate its return to finals action after missing last year.

Romsey improved its win total by three and looks capable of challenging for a premiership again next season.

Lancefield will attempt to cap its successful division two season with a premiership after defeating Wallan in Saturday’s semi-final.

After winning the toss and sending Wallan in, Lancefield was able to make short work of the visitors, bowling them out for 80 in just over 30 overs.

Luke Harrison and Andrew Richardt caused headaches for Wallan batsmen with three wickets each, and Mark Caton (26) and Ryan Millar (20) were the top performers with the bat as Lancefield chased the total with only four wickets down.

The team will now host Bacchus Marsh in Saturday’s grand final at Lancefield Recreation Reserve, starting at 1pm.