The finals are all set and the Titans have maintained their undefeated status in the roster season. The Burnie Titans have secured top spot after a gutsy win over Devonport City. With the absence of regular Titans Alex Martin and Ethan Clemons, Britta Russell and Riley Barnard stepped up to join brother Balin, in what would surely be a great moment for the family. Balin defeated City's Rayden Cresswell in a very close encounter, two very tight sets 7-5, 6-4. Former A Grade regular Riley Barnard showed no rust at all, comfortably winning the second singles over Luke Hollister. City's father and son duo, Ben and Luke Hollister recorded a good win in the first doubles over Barnard and Britta Russell, winning 6-3, 6-0. In the final doubles, Britta and Balin Russell won 6-2, 6-2 over Rayden Cresswell and Ben Hollister. The Eagles and the Back Beach Bandits had a thriller, with the Eagles recording the win by one single game. Hector Lenton continued his good season by defeating Eagle Alex Johnstone 6-3, 6-3. Tyler Johnstone and Fletcher Looney evened the ledger, with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Bandit duo Jake Gleeson and Paul Santangelo. Tyler Johnstone - playing his first singles match in a decade - defeated Jake Gleeson to give the Eagles the edge, however, the second doubles match-up made it very close. Bandits Lenton and Santangelo played great doubles to take the win over Alex Johnstone and Fletcher Looney 6-1, 6-4. This gave the Eagles the win by the smallest possible margin. In the final A Grade match the Broncos had a three rubbers to one win over the Deloraine Warriors. The biggest talking point was the number one singles. Warrior Jack Heathcoat achieved what no other player has been able to do in more than two years, and that is defeat the number one player in the league Elliot Johnstone. It was neck and neck, however, the consistent depth of Heathcoat's shots continually had Johnstone under pressure, with the scoreline 6-3, 6-4. The Broncos' strength in the doubles prevailed on the day, with Johnstone and Shaun Summers winning the one and three matchup, 6-2, 6-3. The Broncos were also able to rely on local legend Jamie Kay returning for the team and displaying good serve and volleying. The finals start next week, with semi-final action to be held at Burnie on Saturday. The Burnie Titans take on the Back Beach Bandits, and in a rematch of last years grand final the Burnie Eagles take on the Broncos.