Westmeadows got in some good batting practice ahead of the Victorian Turf Cricket Association north-west A1 finals.
Having already claimed first innings points and top spot on day one against St Andrews, the Warriors were happy to have some fun with the bat, instead of chasing a third straight outright victory.
Resuming at 1-129, having needed 128, the Warriors never looked in trouble, especially with skipper Tarek Moughanie at the crease.
Moughanie was 95 not out at the start of the day and wasted little time getting his century then continued to smack the ball around the park.
He smashed 174, which included 12 sixes and nine fours. The Warriors continued on once Moughanie was out, finishing at 9-369.
The Warriors now face fourth-placed Altona Roosters in the semi-finals this weekend, playing for a spot in the grand final.
While the Warriors are headed to finals, the season ended for the rest of the Hume-based sides on Saturday.
Greenvale Kangaroos finished with a win against Strathmore in the senior division.
The Kangaroos made 3-180 in reply to Strathmore’s 8-142. Tullamarine’s tough season ended with an outright loss to Seddon.
The Kangaroos and Tullamarine finished seventh and eighth respectively.
Craigieburn ended its north-west season with a solid win against Laverton. The Eagles made 9-182 in reply to Laverton’s 145.
The Eagles finish the season eighth, with four wins for the season.
In north A1, Jacana lost outright to Moonee Valley, while in north-west C3 Roxburgh Park lost to St Andrews Pascoe Vale.