Three Springs are off to the grand final while Carnamah has ended Morawa’s winning streak and season. In the first round of finals in the North Midlands Football League, top side Three Springs faced Coorow Latham for a spot in the grand final and while the Magpies got the win in their clash last week, the Bombers got the job done when it counted. The contest between Three Springs and Coorow started slow, with the Magpies taking an early 10-point lead at the end of the first. Both teams turned up the scoring in the second term, with each side kicking five goals but Coorow still held a seven-point lead. The third quarter is where the Bombers fired, kicking a whopping nine goals and taking control of the game. Three Springs came away from the high scoring contest with a 19.15 (129) to 13.15 (93) win and will now head to their first grand final since 2018. Reigning premiers Coorow will have to get another win to try and defend their flag. The elimination match was not quite the shootout, with Carnamah getting an early lead in the game with a 5.7 first quarter and Morawa couldn’t match their scoring throughout the game. The Roos live to see another week after the 11.11 (77) to 8.3 (51) win over the Tigers. Kobi Sellar and Jack Stone both had three goals in the win for Carnamah while Gary Dongara had two goals in the loss for Morawa. The Tigers’ season comes to an end but they put in a strong effort to make it to finals after starting the season 3-6, going on a six-game winning streak and handing the league’s top teams losses. Coorow Latham will now face Carnamah Perenjori for a spot in the grand final, with the preliminary final being hosted in Dongara at 2.30pm on Saturday, September 2.