KNTFL football finals 2014

PADTHAWAY and Mundulla will both be at full strength for Saturday's KNTFL A grade second semi-final.

Padthaway has the services of former Adelaide Crows duo Scott Welsh and Ian Perrie, who both missed the last minor round game against Penola - where the minor premiers suffered a surprise thumping.

Welsh and Perrie have been named in the two key forward posts for Padthaway and are likely to be opposed by Lachlan Duell - who subdued Penola century goalkicker Adam Merrett last week - and veteran Heath Thorpe.

The Mundulla side is unchanged from the line-up that knocked off reigning premiers Penola in last week's qualifying final.

The winner of Saturday's clash at Frances will go straight into the grand final on September 20.

FIRST SEMI-FINAL: Bordertown and Penola have both named settled sides for Sunday's knockout first semi-final at Penola.

Importantly though, Penola will have the services of ruckman Will Banton, back from injury, allowing second ruckman Phil Lambert to drop back to a back pocket. Penola has also brought in James Skeer and Alex Moore.

Luke Gray, Joel Ransom and Scott Merrett have been omitted.

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