Jamestown-Peterborough narrowly secured its spot in the B Grade grand final after a low-scoring affair with Southern Flinders.
Both sides got off to a scrappy start at the qualifying final in Crystal Brook, with the Magpies scoring six points and the Tigers two points.
The Magpies started to gain momentum in the second and added three goals to the board to the Tigers’ one.
Another two were added by the Magpies in the third while the Tigers added three. The Magpies were scoreless in the final while the Tigers added one.
Ryan Simpson and Bernie Kelly kicked two for the Magpies, while Simon Jackson topped their best players list.
For the Tigers, Damian Stafford kicked two and Ashby Trott picked up best player honours.
In Senior Colts, the Magpies picked up another win after a thrilling 58-point victory over BMW.
Jamestown-Peterborough was in superb form all game, ending the first quarter with a 25-point lead.
BMW hit the board with three goals in the second to the Magpies’ two.
The Magpies burst out of the gates in the third and added six goals, then another four in the fourth.
The Lions added two in the third and one in the final quarter.
Ryan Clark booted seven goals for the Magpies and Will Seddon was best.
For the Lions, Kodi Carey kicked two goals and best player honours went to Cooper Woolford.
In Junior Colts, Broughton-Mundoora soared through to the grand final after a 42-point win over Orroroo.
The Eagles hit the board in the first quarter with three goals while the Roos kicked one. Another goal was added to the Eagles’ tally in the second while the Roos kicked a point.
The young Roos’ side was kept scoreless for the rest of the game while the Eagles added two in the third and one in the final quarter.
Best for the Eagles was Kiah Phillips while Tyson Hanlon kicked four goals.
For the Roos, Joshua Hidler picked up best player honours and Hudson Davies kicked a goal.