Landmark Country Football Championships 2019: Colts | finals wrap and photos

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The South West Football League claimed a stunning fourth straight Landmark Country Football Championships colts title when they took down the Great Southern Storm at Mandurah's Rushton Park on Saturday morning. It was a resounding win for the green and gold, as they handed the Storm their only loss for the carnival in outstanding fashion. Earlier in the day, the Peel Cavaliers clinched third place for the second straight year as they took down the Northern Suns in the bronze playoff. Catch up on all the action below. The South West continued their recent dominance over the tournament with a stellar game against what was an unbeaten Storm outfit heading in. After wrapping up their round-robin stage with four wins the Storm looked up for the fight early when they had an answer at hand following the South West bagging the first goal. But Bailey Coshott and Heath Ryder looked deadly up forward while Jarrad Fazioli was outstanding around the ground for the South West, with the side jumping out to a handy lead at the half time break. From there they were able to dominate the contest, keeping the Storm goalless for a long stretch throughout the match. A pair of late ones did little to make up for their lack of scoring throughout the match, as the Storm were eventually dealt a loss. Jack Hindle (who was named emerging player of the tournament) was a force in defence while Ryder slotted a pair of goals for the South West. Fazioli was named the best on ground for the grand final. Goals Great Southern T. Brown, J. Farquharson (Long), H. Alforque South West J. Symington 2, H. Ryder 2, J. Fazioli, J. Scott, B. Coshott, Z. Dronow Best Great Southern N/A South West J. Fazioli, J. Hayden, J. Dye Peel sewed up third spot with a dominant win over the Suns in the first game of the day. A hot start from the side with the home-ground advantage did little to help the Northerners' fortunes, as Peel broke away early and maintained their lead throughout. Matthew Tilbee and Haiden Mead both slotted a pair of goals for the Cavaliers, while all-star Tyler Glands was outstanding across the four quarters. Goals Peel M. Tilbee 2, H. Mead 2, B. Norris, A. Barker, T. Glands Northern Suns M. Durmanich, D. Mcguiness, D. Gidgup Best Peel T. Glands, A. Barker, M. Rohland, N. Borsi, H. Mead Northern Suns C. Anderson, L. Butcher, D. Mcguiness, T. Carter, B. Watson

Landmark Country Football Championships 2019: Colts | finals wrap and photos

The South West Football League claimed a stunning fourth straight Landmark Country Football Championships colts title when they took down the Great Southern Storm at Mandurah's Rushton Park on Saturday morning.

It was a resounding win for the green and gold, as they handed the Storm their only loss for the carnival in outstanding fashion.

Earlier in the day, the Peel Cavaliers clinched third place for the second straight year as they took down the Northern Suns in the bronze playoff.

Catch up on all the action below.

Grand final: Great Southern 3.3 (21) def by South West 8.9 (57)

The South West continued their recent dominance over the tournament with a stellar game against what was an unbeaten Storm outfit heading in.

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After wrapping up their round-robin stage with four wins the Storm looked up for the fight early when they had an answer at hand following the South West bagging the first goal.

But Bailey Coshott and Heath Ryder looked deadly up forward while Jarrad Fazioli was outstanding around the ground for the South West, with the side jumping out to a handy lead at the half time break.

From there they were able to dominate the contest, keeping the Storm goalless for a long stretch throughout the match.

A pair of late ones did little to make up for their lack of scoring throughout the match, as the Storm were eventually dealt a loss.

Jack Hindle (who was named emerging player of the tournament) was a force in defence while Ryder sloRead More – Source

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