Dominant display

FOUR-IN-A-ROW: West Whyalla celebrates after claiming its fourth straight premiership win. West also claimed the shield in the Reserves grand final.
FOUR-IN-A-ROW: West Whyalla celebrates after claiming its fourth straight premiership win. West also claimed the shield in the Reserves grand final.

West Whyalla claimed its fourth straight premiership shield after putting on a dominant display over Central Whyalla.

The lean mean Dragon machine was off to a solid start in the grand final encounter with the Roosters, outscoring them in the first quarter five goals to two.

The Roosters narrowed the gap slightly in the second as they added three goals to the board to the Dragons' two.

West held a 17-point lead at half-time.

It all came unstuck for the Roosters in the premiership quarter as they only added a point to the board while the Dragons had silverware in its sights again and kicked three goals.

A four-goal final quarter to the Roosters' two saw the Dragons victorious again.

Ben English was in top form and was best for West while Nathan Grzona kicked six goals.

For Centrals, Marko Tansell was best while Scott Collison booted three goals.

RESERVES

Earlier in the day, West Whyalla also picked up Reserves premiership honours with a 19-point win over North Whyalla.

The Dragons kicked off the proceedings with three goals to the Magpies' one.

West added another goal to the board while North kicked three behinds.

The Dragons were able to pick up the pace in third as they added three goals to the Magpies' two.

A slow final quarter saw the Dragons score just a point while the Magpies added a goal to the scoreboard.

Sam Connell was best for the Dragons in the low scoring affair while Callan Everett booted three goals.

For the Magpies, Riley Sanders was best and Tyson Richman kicked three goals.

THIRDS

In Thirds, Central Whyalla proved too strong for South Whyalla.

The Roosters added to the board consistently across the four quarters in Saturday's first final while the Demons struggled to keep up.

Centrals claimed victory in the end by 27 points.

Macorhin Rosalia was best for the Roosters while Joshua Maddigan topped the goal scorers with four.

For the Demons, Shaun Byrne was best and Nathan Tavra and Jayden Baker kicked two goals each.