Grand finals were played across the Central Midlands Coastal Football League as the football, hockey and netball seasons all came to an end. In the football reserves, it was a nail-biter between Jurien Bay and Cervantes that ended with the Bulldogs taking a one point win, with the game ending 6.6 (42) to 6.5 (41). The Cousins Family medal for best on ground in the game was awarded to the Bulldogs Matt Ashworth for his winning performance. Cervantes got the win over Jurien Bay in the Little League, with a dominant 15.19 (109) to 1.0 (6) win, with Sonny Lord taking best on ground honours for the match. In the hockey, it was Moora that got a 1-0 victor over Dandaragan in the season decider off a best on performance from Britteney Chester. The three netball grand finals saw Jurien Bay playing in all of them, and walking away with two victories. Dandaragan took the win in A-Grade, taking victory over the Bulldogs in a close 32-28 contest. The A-Grade MVP was awarded to the Saints Erin O’Brien. In the A-Reserves, Jurien Bay took down Cervantes 33-26 but MVP of the match was awarded to Tylah McCoy from the Tiger Sharks. Jurien Bay walked away with another win in the Juniors off a 36-22 win over Moora. Shaneiqua Indich from the losing side was the match MVP.