Jurien Bay have finally scored a win against their rivals, breaking a six-year drought against Cervantes in the final week of the Central Midlands Coastal Football League home-and-away season. The past meetings between the two clubs had been heavily one-sided, with the Tiger Sharks losing just six out of their past 50 games against the Bulldogs, and none in the past six years. That all changed on the weekend after Jurien Bay managed to get up over Cervantes in the round 15 clash. The game started in the Bulldogs’ favour as they were able to quickly put some scores on the board, kicking 5.2 in the first term, while Cervantes followed close behind with their 3.0. The second quarter was where Jurien Bay took control and scored six goals while Cervantes only managed three with four behinds. Accuracy on goals seemed to be the biggest downfall for the Tiger Sharks, as they made a late push but too many missed opportunities cost them the game in the end. The Bulldogs came away the winners in the 17.7 (109) to 14.12 (96) match, handing Cervantes just their second loss of the season. Jurien Bay’s winning performance came off the boots of some big scoring efforts, with Cam Somerville scoring four goals, along with three goals from Joel Latham, Daniel Perkins and Rhys Waters. For Cervantes, three goals from James Venturini put him at 38 goals for the year, which was enough to jump ahead of team mate Isaac Devitt-Boyd by just one in the race for leading scorer. With the home-and-away season done, that means that Venturini has secured the Lindsay Tierney Memorial Trophy as the league’s top goal kicker, after finishing runner-up to Devitt-Boyd last year. In Dandaragan, it was a mauling as the Saints put up the biggest score of the season, blowing out the Mavericks 40.28 (268) to 0.7 (7). There were 12 individual goal kickers in the winning side, with nine players scoring multiple goals, but the biggest effort came from Matthew Tilbee’s 12-goal outing. With the regular season now done, Jurien Bay will host Lancelin Ledge Point next week for the first semifinal. In hockey, Jurien Bay defeated Cervantes in a 2-1 clash, with the Bulldogs scores coming from Amber Robinson and Courtney Frew, while Dandaragan and Moora drew 1-1. The Bulldogs and Tiger Sharks will clash again next week for the first round of finals in the hockey. In a successful outing for Jurien Bay, they also claimed a 58-25 win in netball against Cervantes, while Dandaragan defeated Moora 61-18, it will be Lancelin against Cervantes in the first round of the netball finals.