The Breakers seized control of the game very early when Ellen Wheatley lifted the ball over a crowded mid court area to Imogene Gwen on the left hand side who beat the advancing keeper.
Almost immediately after the Breakers doubled their tally when a ball was passed across goal through a crowded penalty area to Ellen Wheatley on the right side who slotted the ball into the net.
The Breakers had quickly settled into a nice pass and move rhythm with players in motion and supporting from the back. But Dural were working hard to stem the flow of goals and held off the Breakers after the initial opening.
Although often pinned back Dural were hitting their opponents on the break and were unlucky not to get a goal back when Michelle Brown sped down the right flank crossed to Adele Granata whose effort crashed against the under side of the bar from close range and away to safety.
Dural?s Paige Van Saarloos charged forward seeing off a couple of challenges before Breakers keeper Mikaela Borger advanced to smother an attempt on goal.
The Dural keeper made a fine save to deny a long range shot from Bella Walker and Sarah Roger for the Breakers hit the post after working a nice move with Ellen Wheatley.
The Breakers grabbed the initiative after half time when a looping ball out of defence went to the unmarked Beth Sweeny who had snuck forward quickly and her clever back header looped over the keeper and into an empty net.
The Breakers superior passing was forcing Dural to defend deep and a poor clearance saw the ball passed straight back to Beth Sweeny who made no mistake from close range to make it 0-4. Shortly after Bella Walker?s shot hit the base of the post.
Dural pulled a goal back when Michelle Brown fired an unstoppable shot in to the net from a free kick.
Dural then gave themselves hope when Michelle Brown brilliantly squeezed herself between two defenders turned and slammed the ball into the net to make it 2-4 much to the delight of the home crowd.
The Breakers held off the Warriors rally and extended their lead when with her back to goal and closely marked Alex Kent turned and twisted between two defenders and cleverly toe poked the ball hard into the top right corner.
After defending stoutly and challenging bravely for every ball Dural were starting to tire and the Breakers wrapped up the game when Beth Sweeny grabbed her hat trick of goals as she received a pass and had plenty of time slot the ball past the keeper to make it 2-6 and maintain the Breakers claim as a solid finals contender.