Finals have arrived in the Central Midlands Coastal Football League, with the first semifinal match played over the weekend in a do-or-die clash between Jurien Bay and Lancelin Ledge Point. With the matches being broken up over multiple weeks, there was only one game played with the elimination match between the Bulldogs and Pirates to decide who goes on and whose season is done. Going into the third versus fourth clash, Jurien Bay looked the heavy favourites when comparing records, as the Bulldogs finished their season 8-4 while the Pirates only managed two wins with 10 losses. Although the records between these teams are different, during the home-and-away season, Lancelin managed to keep the games close, with their first clash in round two being just a 10-point game. While no games are guaranteed and any team can pull off an upset, the Bulldogs showcased a dominant performance against the Pirates to advance to the round of the finals. The game never looked competitive as Jurien Bay put up an impressive 17.9 (111) to Lancelin’s 4.5 (29) on Saturday. During the win it was the Bulldogs’ big scorers that helped them blow past the Pirates — Wayde Twomey booted six goals, Nick Menegola kicked three and Cam Somerville had two goals. Lancelin’s four goals came from Daniel Whitfield kicking two, while David Hussey and Kade Screaigh each had one. With finals ongoing across the league, in the reserves it was Moora that got up over Dandaragan in the 9.8 (62) to 6.1 (37) clash. Team captain Jim Hamilton kicked three goals in the win for the Mavericks. Similar to the reserves, Moora snagged the win against Dandaragan in the Little League, with the Mavericks getting the 6.7 (43) to 0.2 (2) win against the Saints. In netball, a tight clash unfolded as Cervantes only just held on to advance after they took down Lancelin 51-48. Jurien Bay also claimed a win in hockey after defeating Cervantes 2-1 to advance through. Amber Robinson and Steph Krakowiak scored in the win. For the second round of footy finals, this weekend will see the top two teams in Cervantes and Dandaragan battle it out at the Tiger Sharks home field, with the winner going straight to the grand final and the loser having to face Jurien Bay. The bouncedown for the second finals game is at 2.15pm this Saturday, at Cervantes town oval.