TOUGH END TO BUNDY SEASON: All sides lose
FOOTBALL: Bargara's Wide Bay League season is over after Sunbury claimed the last finals spot on Saturday.
The Blues, needing a win, won 4-0 against the KSS Jets with a double to Anthony Mollee sealing the team's finals berth.
The Maryborough-based side will face The Waves this week in an elimination final.
It wasn't the only bad news on the night for Bundaberg sides in the competition.
United Park Eagles ended their season with a 2-1 loss to Doon Villa and Brothers Aston Villa was beaten 4-0 in a major upset against the United Warriors.
Villa had eight players out.
The Warriors moved off the bottom of the ladder with the win set up with two goals in the first half.
"It was pretty disheartening,” Villa coach Glen Sparozvich said.
"It was a terrible pitch and we played terrible as well.”
Sparozvich said having players out should not be used as an excuse for the loss despite already having a finals spot and the minor premiership won.
"I was happy with the squad I picked to win the game,” Sparozvich said.
"We really struggled in our attacking third and couldn't produce the goods.”
Villa will face Bingera this week for a spot in the grand final.
"We've got a lot of work to do with our attacking third, in some way we're almost back to square one,” Sparozvich said.
"We should be back to our full strength squad this week that should also be a bonus to us.”
Sparozvich said he expected the side to rise to the challenge against a finals-ready Bingera.
"If anything they have the upper edge, playing two finals type matches against The Waves,” he said.
"They've had two hard games so they'll be going off the back of that despite losing in the Cup.
"For us, we've lost to two sides who won't play finals football and we need to lift.”
In the first week of the Wide Bay League finals, Brothers Aston Villa will play Bingera on Saturday at 7pm and The Waves will face Sunbury at 5pm at Martens Oval.