the match, with West Perth streaking to a 29-point lead by quarter-time.
That lead blew out to a significant 46 points by half-time, with four goals to one for the second quarter.
Six final-quarter goals had the home team fans jumping as the Falcons kept their finals hopes alive.
IN Reserves, East Perth overcame a terrible start to run all over Subiaco and progress to the Reserves Grand Final.
After a scoreless first quarter, the Royals still trailed by 29 points at threequarter time before storming home with a six-goal final term, running out seven-point winners.
Claremont will meet Subiaco in the Reserves preliminary Final next week after a convincing 68point victory over Swan Districts.
Peel Thunder Colts held off a fast-finishing East Fremantle to stay in the final round with a thrilling twopoint victory, while Subiaco accounted for the South Fremantle Colts by three goals to go directly to the upcoming Grand Final.
THE Warriors took out the Men’s League Netball Grand Final on the weekend with a terrific win over the Perth Lions.
This Friday night Coastal Sharks will meet the Perth Lions in the women’s League Grand Final at the State Netball Centre after a convincing win over the Rangers last Friday.
Catch all the live action for the netball grand finals in all three grades live on Centrepass on Facebook from 5pm Friday and on your local Community News Facebook pages.
PERTH Soccer Club took out the McInerney Ford Top Four Cup despite giving away the first goal to a gallant Perth Glory at Frank Drago Reserve on the weekend.
Perth Glory took a 1-0 lead to the half-time break, but a hat-trick to Perth’s Paul Zimarino in the second half secured the title for the jubilant Perth side.
Subiaco got over the top of a resolute South Fremantle.