Following 18 regular season wins and three finals series victories, Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault were crowned the 2019 South West Football League champions.
Coach John Baggetta and his men headed to Hands Oval for their showdown with the Eaton Boomers.
Before the game, league officials thanked the teams, fans, and special guests in attendance on Grand Final day.
With both sides gaining in strength during the season, the crowd anticipated an all-out war.
Winning the toss and choosing to kick with the wind, HBL hit the ground running early on.
The Lions dominated the ruck and midfield, while the Boomers buckled under pressure.
After sending his first attempt through the point posts, Sean Bradley lined up to kick HBL and the game's first goal.
Throughout the first term, Eaton struggled to keep the ball out of the Lions' hands.
HBL's Brendan Stemp landed a sublime tackle on Boomer Joseph Peter John Bertola, before setting up Ben Musitano 30m out.
Goals from Musitano and Zachariah Piper put the Lions in front by 23 points at quarter time.
Taking coach Brett Maguire's words of advice into consideration, Eaton improved slightly in the second term.
After miss-kicks and errors from the Boomers, Lions' forward Thornton widened the gap with a perfect set shot.
After some miss-kicks and errors from the Boomers, Lions' forward Kristin Thornton widened the gap with a perfect set shot.
At the end of a bruising, low-scoring second term, HBL claiming a well-deserved 5.3 (23) to 0.0 (0) half-time lead.
Returning to the field, the Lions continued their form throughout the second half. Thomas Heenan extended the lead to 33, before Piper notched up his second. Unstoppable up forward, Piper posted his third and fourth goals late in the term.
Hampered by a slight breeze, attempts from Jarrad Fazioli and Bertola sailed through the point posts. The crowd was left stunned, as HBL secured an 8.9 (57) to 0.10 (10) lead at three quarter time.
After three woeful quarters, Eaton was the more focused, relaxed side in the fourth.
Boomers' fans breathed a sigh of relief when Graham Jetta kicked Eaton's first goal from 10m out.
Superstar forward Jarrod Humphries booted Eaton's second midway through the term, before Piper booted his fifth at the other end. Jetta and Heath Ryder did enough to post the Boomers' third and fourth goals respectively.
HBL's players, coaches, and fans celebrated a commanding 9.11 (65) to 4.12 (36) victory. Lion Jack Fletcher was honoured to receive the Pike Medal.
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