Sevenoaks powered past Oaklands Wolves with a 76-59 victory, remaining unbeaten in the post-season for five years, 10 straight games, having lifted the Play-off trophy in each of the last three completed seasons dating back to 2016-17.
After a tight opening, the Suns blew the game open with a 14-0 surge early in the second stanza, as Irene Garrido-Perez scored seven of her game-high 20 points in that run and they held Wolves scoreless for nearly seven minutes.
Suns scored 10-second chance points off seven offensive rebounds in the first 15 minutes, and the lead reached 34-20 as Ta’Yani Clark grabbed an offensive board and scored off a Cat Carr assist.
That margin was rarely threatened, only briefly in single-figures early in the third quarter, before it went through 20 points when Garrido-Perez and Renee Busch hit consecutive three-pointers early in the fourth.
As well as Garrido-Perez scoring 20 on 7-9 (77%) shooting, captain Cat Carr was close to a triple-double of 18 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists.
Those results set up a semi-final between the Suns and the Newcastle Eagles on Friday, also live on Sky Sports.