The finals are set for the colts portion of the 2019 Landmark Country Football Championships, following a competitive bout of games on day two in Mandurah.
The Great Southern Storm picked up a pair of wins to remain undefeated after the round-robin stage, finishing atop the table and booking a spot in the grand final where they'll face the South West.
Meanwhile Peel was able to wrap-up third place with a 2-2 record, and will take on the Northern Suns who finished fourth in tomorrow's playoff game.
See all the results from day two below.
South West 7.6 (48) def Northern Suns 3.0 (18)
The South West bounced back from their loss to the Storm with a brilliant win over the Suns to start day two, with Bailey Coshott continuing in his goal-scoring ways.
The gun forward nailed another three majors as the South West put their foot on the gas early, while Clayton Dickinson was also a force.
Harley Corbett nailed a goal and was the Suns' best player in the loss.
B. Coshott 3, J. Symington, H. Ryder, T. Winder, T. O'Brien
H. Corbett , K. Jones, D. Gidgup
B. Coshott, C. Dickinson, B. Luzi
H. Corbett , R. Boyle, A. Linto, D. Gidgup , B. Cockman
Great Southern Storm 9.6 (60) def Peel 3.5 (23)
The Storm picked up right where they left off as a string of scorers posted goals in a big win over the Cavaliers.
Kieran Gowdie and Alex Pearce both tallied a pair of goals in the victory, while Sean Williams was named the Storm's best.
Rockingham gun Ben Otto booted Peel's only three goals.
K. Gowdie 2, A. Pearce 2, H. Alforque, J. Farquharson, C. Jackman, H. Alforque, B. Ogle
B. Otto 3
S. Williams, K. Lane, H. McMorran, A. Pearce
B. Otto, R. Vidovich, B. Dalgetty, T. Dyer, C. O'Donnell, T. Glands
Regional Districts 2.4 (16) def by South West 6.3 (39)
The South West punched their ticket to the grand final with this win over the unfortunate Regional Districts.
Jack Hindle and William Butler were terrific in the victory for the South West, while Jordan Wallam notched a pair of goals.
Tarj Kelman was named Regional Districts' best.
L. Kirk, C. Farmer
J. Wallam 2, J. Colegate, H. Curtin, J. Fazioli, H. Ryder
T. Kelman, T. Coleman, J. Tholstrup, J. Day, M. O''Neill
J. Hindle, W. Butler, J. Fazioli, Z. Italiano, T. O'Brien
Northern Suns 1.4 (10) def by Great Southern Storm 3.4 (22)
The Suns will be feeling unlucky after giving the top dogs a serious shake, but eventually the Storm proved too strong as they rounded out their four round-robin games with an undefeated record.
Two goals to Tyreice Brown helped see the Storm over the line, while Brent Parsons gave a terrific showing in the victory.
For the Suns, Levi Butcher continued his great carnival with yet another best afield performance.
Great Southern Storm
T. Brown 2, D. Gowdie
L. Butcher, H. Corbett , T. Moore, B. Watson
Great Southern Storm
B. Parsons, T. Brown, S. Williams, S. Buss
Peel 6.7 (43) def Regional Districts 2.5 (17)
The Cavaliers picked up their second win of the carnival when they dominated the Red Dogs to claim a win.
Ben Otto booted his second straight three-goal haul for the afternoon while Andrew Barker was dominant around the ground, as Peel locked down their place in Saturday's 3v4 playoff.
Thomas Coleman was named Regional Districts best player.
B. Otto 3, M. Hansen, R. Vidovich, N. Purser
T. Coleman, C. Farmer
A. Barker, M. Hansen, T. Glands, R. Paterson, H. Mead, N. Purser
T. Coleman, L. Parsons, M. O''Neill, J. Day, J. Tholstrup
Ladder after day two
The colts finals will be played at Mandurah's Rushton Park on Saturday, July 12.
The 3v4 playoff between Peel and the Suns bounces down at 9am, with the grand final between the Storm and South West to be played at 10.30am.