Scarborough in shock exit
LAST year’s Perth Football League premiers Scarborough have made a shock exit from the A grade finals after a four-goal loss to Fremantle CBC.
This follows their loss to University in the second semi-final, meaning they are out in straight sets after dominating the competition all year.
Fremantle got off to a better start in the preliminary final, scoring two first-quarter goals and holding Scarborough to just three points.
It was the second term that changed the game, with the defending champions managing only one goal to half-time, while Fremantle kicked five second-quarter goals to take a 37-point lead into the long break.
Even outscoring Fremantle in the final term they could only narrow the margin to 24 points, 10.12 (72) to 7.6 (48).
Fremantle CBC now meet University at Steel Blue Oval, Bassendean, on Saturday, which will be on Footy Radio and Community News Facebook pages.
In B grade, Curtin Uni Wesley dominated in their match with Collegians, winning by 38 points.
Curtin Uni Wesley’s reserves side also won their grand final.
In the other grades, premiership winners were Bassendean (C1), Quinns District (C2), Jandakot (C3) and Cobras in C4. D1 grade was a flag to University, Fremantle CBC scraped home by a point in E1, and Forrestfield and Carlisle took out the remaining E Grade premierships.
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Curtin Uni Wesley won the B grade premiership.