ROUND 22 of the 2017 WAFL season could hardly have produced any more fascinating results, setting up an exciting last round with Swan Districts, East Perth, West Perth and Claremont all fighting over the last two finals places. Swan Districts missed a chance to guarantee its place in the WAFL finals, with Claremont proving too strong at Bassendean Oval, winning 13.17 (95) to 11.5 (71). West Perth remain a finals chance despite its weekend loss to Subiaco, and a win against Claremont at Claremont Oval on Saturday will likely be enough if both or either East Perth and Swan Districts lose at the same time. IT turned out the be the end of the season for all grades at Kalamunda Cougars Football Club on Saturday. The A-grade league team was unable to secure a win and the E1s fell just short of Swan Districts in their elimination final. On a brighter note, the colts won their third game of the year 8.5 (53) to 6.10 (46) and in doing so handed Scarborough the wooden spoon. The A reserves again came up against a finals-bound team; they fought hard all day but were outplayed, going down 3.7 (25) to 9.6 (60). Knowing they needed a win to keep their slim finals chance alive, the A-grade league team didn't get the start they were after, being four goals down at quarter time. The second quarter was fairly even but in the third Scarborough kicked away to lead by eight goals. In the final quarter, the Cougars rallied but fell short, losing 6.8 (48) to 10.10 (70). The E1s travelled to Roleystone as they hosted the first week of finals at Cross Park. The Cougars led the majority of the game until a last quarter surge from Swan Districts got them over the line, winning 9.10 (64) to 9.6 (60). The E1s players had at least another game in them but that's finals football; they will again push for finals football next year.