Get to your bookmaker now to collect if you backed Lockleys. Home and hosed. Will it be Kenilworth, Colonel Light Gardens or Salisbury who gets beaten in the grand final.
By Jakob Matheson

West Croydon v Salisbury

Salisbury showed last week’s victory of Kenilworth was no fluke, registering back-to-back victories with a 75-point drubbing to West Croydon at Fawk Reserve on Saturday afternoon. The 19.10 124 to 6.13 49 score line would be something the Hawks coach would not be particularly concerned about as they fell to their second loss in a row and now find themselves sitting fifth with a two and two record. The Magpies meanwhile jump into the five and sit fourth. As they get their season going in the right direction after consecutive losses to start the year. Sean Hee (two goals), Michael Keenihan and Brad Horjus (five goals), all starred for Salisbury. The Magpies started strongly with a six goal opening quarter and followed up with another five in second to take a 34 point lead into halftime. Any hope of a Hawks come back was not to be, as Salisbury held West Croydon to only one goal after halftime. Matthew Wanganeen, Jaydn Gagliardi and Clifford Wilson were amongst the best players for the Hawks.

To continued reading please click here to download.