Jurien Bay are the champions after defeating Dandaragan 13.11 (89) to 4.7 (31) in the Central Midlands Coastal Football League grand final. In the first grand final since 2007 that had no Cervantes or Lancelin-Ledge Point playing, Jurien Bay dominated the game to win their first flag since 2017. Just three minutes into the the game, Jurien Bay had a easy forward entry and managed to find winger Joel Latham running down the side open for a goal. The lead did not drop off from there and the Bulldogs ended the first term up 20 points on the Saints. While Dandaragan failed to score a goal in the first quarter, it changed quickly in the second when Anton Scotney took a long snap to give the Saints their first major of the game. During the quarter, Jurien Bay had some struggles for goal accuracy, but it didn’t matter as Dandaragan failed to capitalise and the Bulldogs went into the half up 4.8 (32) to 2.3 (15). Coming out the half, Jurien Bay had full control of the game and Dandaragan struggled to get a touch in the quarter, only managing one minor score in the third while the Bulldogs put up three goals. A six-goal final quarter the Bulldogs sealed the game and Jurien Bay walked away with the flag, taking down Dandaragan who came into the game ahead on the ladder. Jurien Bay win the flag after coming into the finals third on the ladder, in a year when they broke their six-year losing streak against their rival Cervantes. The flag gives Jurien Bay their third in club history, which puts them at second most in the CMCFL history after previously being tied with Dandaragan and Lancelin-Ledge Point. Dandaragan failed to overcome their premiership drought, with their last flag coming back in 2007 when they beat Jurien Bay. The Roger Tonkin medal for best on ground was awarded to Bulldog Jaygar Martin.