It will be an all Australian final in the trans-Tasman netball final, after the New South Wales Swifts trounced the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 64-45 in Hamilton tonight.
The Swifts dominated throughout the match and led by nine at halftime, 33-24.
They extended that lead to 19 points by full-time to set up a final against the defending champions the Queensland Firebirds in Brisbane this weekend.
The final will mark the end of the trans-Tasman competition with both New Zealand and Australia reverting back to domestic competitions next year.
Magic captain Leana de Bruin said it was disappointing to lose by such a large margin when they had played well in the past few weeks.
"The Swifts were fast and furious on attack and we just couldn't stick with them," she said.
The Swifts forced Magic into plenty of errors and created numerous turnovers which the visitors capitalised on.
"We just weren't clinical enough and it came back to bite us on the bum," said de Bruin.