Bays shock West in windy clash | PHOTOS

A Grade: West Whyalla vs Weeroona Bay (QF)

Weeroona Bay stunned West Whyalla in an extraordinary Qualifying Final played in blustery conditions at Bennett Oval, romping to a 66-point win and booking their spot in the 2021 WFL Grand Final.

Having been evenly matched throughout the season, the two teams looked miles apart in the first quarter, with West being held scoreless and the Bays piling on four goals to lead by 23 points at the first break.

Despite having chances while kicking with the wind, the Dragons could never get anything going, and the Tigers put them to the sword in a 12.13 (85) to 2.7 (19) win.

Jim Hewitson Medalist Steve Jackson was best on ground for the Bays, while Michael Baker (two goals), Jake Beinke and Remy Starkey were in fine form.

West now find themselves in an unusual spot - a cut-throat preliminary final against reigning premiers Central Whyalla - while Weeroona Bay hope to win their first flag since 1996.

A Grade: Central Whyalla vs North Whyalla (EF)

Central Whyalla kept their hopes of back-to-back premierships alive by ending North Whyalla's season on Sunday, winning a gritty game by 28 points.

With neither team firing up forward, the Roosters shared the scoring load to get the job done. Nine individual goal kickers chipped in, including Gale-Jones, Taylor and Collison who had two each.

Holding off a plucky Magpies side which was boosted by Venning's three goals, Central claimed a 12.6 (78) to 7.8 (50) victory and move on to play West Whyalla this Saturday.

Reserves: North vs West (QF)

Undefeated North looked to maintain their unbeaten record as they come up against their rivals West Whyalla.

North lost the toss and kicked into a stiff breeze. West failed to capitalise on the wind advantage and North's pressure and run into the wind was unstoppable, taking a 20 point lead into the first break.

North kicking with the wind in the second piled on another 6 goals to put the game almost beyond reach by half time. West threw plenty at North in the second but the Magpies defence held strong.

North eventually ran away with it by 87 points, giving themselves a week off to prepare for the Grand Final.

Reserves: Weeroona Bay vs Central (EF)

In a tough contest at Bennett Oval, Weeroona Bay overcame Central Whyalla by 22 points, ending the Roosters season and progressing to a Preliminary Final meeting with West. Bays' Ellis and Armstrong scored two goals each in the win.

Under 18s: Central vs South (QF)

Saturday saw the two best sides in the Under 18s go head to head, winner advancing through to the Grand Final.

South kicked with the wind in the first and took advantage of the conditions, kicking 3.3 to Central's 1.0 in the first quarter.

Centrals had the wind in the second and looked to capitalise but South's pressure and defence held up. South took a narrow 3-point lead into the half time break.

Centrals really got firing in the third quarter, kicking 2.3 into the wind and keeping South to one goal really set them up for a big finish to the game going with the wind in the last.

Centrals did just that and piled on 4.6 to no score to run away 36 point winners and booking themselves in a well deserved Grand Final spot.

Under 18s: North vs Roopena (EF)

Sunday was the knockout game of North and Roopena, winner having a date with South in the prelim.

Both teams started well in a physical contest, which the scores reflected at quarter time - Roopena with their noses in front. Roos used the second quarter to flex their muscles a bit adding to their lead at half time.

After half time Roopena put the game to bed kicking seven unanswered goals in the third making it 59 points going into the last.

North with a gallant effort in the last kicking six unanswered goals to Roos no score, but the damage had been done. Roopena won by 22 points and now face South in the prelim.

Under 15s: Roopena Vs North (QF)

On Saturday undefeated Roopena took on a much improved North Whyalla, with the winner going start through to the grand final and loser go into a knockout the following week.

A strong southerly win saw probably a 4-5 goal advantage to the score board end. North kicked with it in the first but failed to capitalise.

Roopena put were able to put away a couple goals in the second and took a strong 20 point lead into half time considering the conditions.

Roos iced the game in the last to run away 28 point winners after a very strong performance.

Under 15s: South Whyalla Vs West (EF)

Sunday saw South vs west face off in a knockout final. South went into the game confident after not losing to West throughout the year.

Another blustery day saw the wind favour one end of the ground and South scoring into and with it in the first half. A relatively even first half saw West have plenty of opportunities.

But South proved too good after half time keeping West to one score and pilling on the goals to run away 46-point winners.