YOUNG have claimed the fourth and final spot in the Pascoe Cup finals series with a 4-3 win over Tolland on Sunday.
The Lions are finals bound after winning the battle for fourth spot at Hall Brothers Oval in Young.
Tolland led 1-0 early but it was only shortlived as Young hit back to lead at 2-1, 3-1 and 4-2, before the Wolves scored from a penalty just moments before the final whistle.
It means Young will now face defending champions Hanwood in the minor semi-final.
Young coach Mark Mellish was pleased to see his team perform when it counted.
"It was one of those seasons where you need to make every game count so it was good for the boys to get the result today," Mellish said.
"When they did go up 1-0 we didn't change anything and we kept playing how we know we can play. The boys we've got up front, they're quick, they're skilled and they pounce on mistakes from defenders and that's how we scored our equalising goal.
"In the second half, we went away with it and obviously Tolland got one back but we probably had 15 to 20 chances and that's the main thing, we put ourselves in positions to score.
"Full credit to Tolland, they came here to play. It was never a game where I was comfortable until it was the last couple of minutes."
Matt Kelly scored all three of Tolland's goals in defeat. Isaac Hines scored three of his own for Young, while Patrick Hislop also found the back of the net.
Now Young will be out to go further than the first week of finals and Mellish believes they are more than capable of doing so.
"Definitely, yeah. At the end of the day, we held Hanwood in Griffith and I think we were the better team against Hanwood Park, even though we didn't get the win," he said.
"It is clicking and a lot of these boys, they're not going to be around next year, so there's the added incentive that they want to do what they can.
"Unfortunately every one of these games is 90 minutes, winner takes all, and we're under no illusion that the best team may not win on the day but all we can do is create our chances and as we did today, take them. That was probably the most important thing I was happy with was when we did have some really good chances we took them, whereas 12 months, two years ago we might have not."