Coorow-Latham ended their three-game losing streak against top side Three Springs in the final round of the North Midlands Football League home-and-away season. A 9-0 start for the Magpies had them set up to be the league’s top team, but then a rocky patch had them going 1-4 and losing their grip on first place. In the season’s last round, Coorow managed to bounce back with a win against the current top team and minor premiers Three Springs. The Magpies got back into their rhythm immediately, after scoring only 45 points in the previous round, they scored 43 points in the first quarter against Three Springs. By half-time Coorow-Latham had already put up an impressive 11.1 (67), while the Bombers were scoring but just couldn’t keep up with the Magpies’ numbers, kicking 7.6 (48) in the first half. The second half went just as the first, with Three Springs managing to put up a score that would beat most teams, but Coorow just had the better day. In the end the Magpies walked away with the win, kicking 20.7 (127) to Three Springs’ 16.9 (105). While Coorow got the win, the most impressive performance came from the Bombers’ Clayton Bruce-Cherry, who booted eight goals, accounting for nearly half his team’s total score. The Magpies had scores come from Blair Stone with five goals, Shannon Mclean kicking four and Erick Bashemule with three. In Dongara, the Eagles failed to grab another victory against Morawa and finished their season with just one win, after the Tigers took out the 14.15 (99) to 4.7 (31) win. Morawa missed a number of scoring opportunities during the game, but the Eagles failed to capitalise, scoring just 10 points total in the first three quarters and by the time they started kicking goals in the final term, it was all too late. The Tigers had three players score hat-tricks in the win with Gary Dongara, Alan Egan and Brad Porter. Carnamah Football Oval featured a closer contest but no upset as the Kangaroos took down the Bulldogs in a 15.7 (97) to 10.9 (69) contest, with Jack Stone leading the Roos in scoring with four goals. The completion of the regular season now marks the beginning of finals in the NMFL, with the first match-up between Three Springs and Coorow-Latham for a second week in a row on Saturday, at Mingenew Oval. The elimination final will be played on Sunday between Carnamah-Perenjori and Morawa at Three Springs Oval.