Both the Men's & Women's 2018-19 Kookaburra One-Day Cup Winners will be crowned across this weekend at Blundstone Arena.

From 10:30am on Saturday, the Kingborough Knights will clash with the University of Tasmania for the Women's crown before the same time on Sunday sees Lindisfarne and South Hobart-Sandy Bay go head-to-head for the Men's title.

Hobart Hurricanes WBBL captain, Sasha Moloney and Tasmanian Tigers Women captain, Brooke Hepburn feature alongside rising stars Ash Day, Sophie Parkin and Bonnie Davies on Saturday before Simon Milenko and Sean Willis are potentially joined by Mac Wright, Charlie Wakim and Jarrod Freeman as the Tigers and Hurricanes stars in the Men's Final to close the weekend.

The Knight's go into Saturday's clash unbeaten in their 3 round matches while University lost just the one match in Round 2 against Clarence.

This is the second year of the Women's Kookaburra Cup with both sides new to the finals arena in the one-day format.

A livestream of the 2018-19 Women's Kookaburra Cup Final is available here.

Livescores of the 2018-19 Women's Kookaburra Cup Final are available here.

The Sharks go into Sunday's clash unbeaten from their 6 round matches taking 8 of the possible 12 bonus points on offer, whilst the Lightning dropped just the one match in Round 5 against Clarence, however managed to pick up 7 of 12 bonus points.

This is the first time both sides will meet in a Kookaburra Cup Final.

Since the Kookaburra Cup's inception in 1970-71, the Sharks have been crowned premiers seven times with the Lightning having won the title twice.

A livestream of the 2018-19 Men's Kookaburra Cup Final is available here.

Live scores of the 2018-19 Men's Kookaburra Cup Final are available here.