Demons crash out of finals
Oscar Allen played well for his adopted side with two goals.
East Perth now face a do-or-die clash with Peel Thunder for a place in the final five next weekend.
CLAREMONT continued its recent good form with a comeback victory over Peel Thunder by eight points to put them well in contention to play finals this season, 12.8 (80) to 11.6 (72).
Harley Bennell again played limited game time due to calf soreness and there is now enormous pressure on Peel to defeat East Perth next weekend to qualify for the finals and defend its dual premierships.
The Tigers climbed to fourth on the ladder and will stay there with a win over Swan Districts next week.
Peel had all the running for most of the first half, taking a three-point lead at quarter-time to almost four goals at the main break.
Claremont was able to break the shackles in the final term, with four goals to one and pull off a significant victory.
SUBIACO will meet East Fremantle in the Mundella WAWFL grand final next weekend after a convincing 9.12 (66) to 7.3 (45) victory over Peel Thunderbirds.
The Thunderbirds exit the finals in straight sets following their loss to topof-the table East Fremantle last week.
Despite four goals from spearhead Kiera Phillips, taking her tally to an amazing 83 for the season, Peel just couldn’t match a disciplined Subiaco outfit.
This all shapes up for a terrific grand final next Sunday between the Sharks and Lions, with all three women’s grade games streamed live on the Footy Radio Facebook page.
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