The next generation of AFL superstars showed their class on the pitch in the under-12 division finals on the weekend.
The young Kangaroos won the curtain-raiser, before the Tigers won the big dance in a tightlycontested match.
The under-12s turned on a treat for spectators with two gems of matches.
In the curtain-raiser the Kangaroos took on the Cats. After copping a beating last week at the hands of the Kangas, the Cats stood up and showed pride but could not muster a win, going down 8.3 (51) to 9.6 (60).
The usual suspects were ever dangerous for the Kangas, with numerous shots on goal early. But the Cats kept fighting and almost took the win.
There were a lot of sore boys after the game.
The grand final was by far the most exciting game of the season, with both sides showing how much a premiership meant with some passionate football played.
The contest around the ball was ferocious at times, but only one team could come out on top. It came down to the last minute with the Tigers defeating the Hawks by point, 4.7 (31) to 4.6 (30) in a finish worthy of a grand final.
Miller Gilchrist played his first game of the year and if not for the Roy Hill medal for best on ground in the grand final winner Molly Glazebrook, things may have been different.
Winners are grinners: Under-12s junior division co-ordinator Luke Macfarlane, Joe Berry, Tyler McGregor, Cooper Gracie, Henry Hill and BDJFL president Glen Davies.