At least two South West stars are set to feature in the grand final of the State’s biggest cricket competition. After a pair of enthralling semifinals, Subiaco-Floreat, featuring WACA-contracted Bunbury son-of-a-gun Jayden Goodwin, will meet minor premiers South Perth in the WA Premier Cricket grand final. South Perth boast Dunsborough product Liam Dallimore, who is set to open the bowling for his side. Goodwin is still in the frame for selection in Western Australia’s Sheffield Shield team, set to face New South Wales in Sydney in a match starting on Tuesday. That match could impact his availability for the Lions at the weekend. The 20-year-old opener’s 60 in the first innings of the semifinal helped the side his father Murray once captained past a Willetton team, which included Aaron Hardie and D’Arcy Short, and into the final. The Lions have already won a premiership this season — defeating Mt Lawley a fortnight ago in the one-day grand final — but Goodwin missed out after testing positive to COVID-19. Dallimore took a stunning 4-24 from 10 overs and was one of only three bowlers used as South Perth ripped through a strong Perth batting side for just 55. He is set to open the bowling with former Sheffield Shield leading wicket taker and WACA-contracted paceman Cam Gannon. While his semifinal efforts were his best bowling figures for the season, Dallimore has taken 35 wickets at 18.51 this year.