Demons crash out of fi­nals

Midland Reporter - - Sport -

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.

Catch ev­ery game live on your mo­bile de­vice

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