Community footy finals whip around

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Community footy finals whip around

Week three of the finals is done and dusted, and the first flag has been awarded. Here is what went down over the weekend in the community football finals.


QFA North

Mayne turned the tables on Maroochydore this year, who had beaten them twice previously, to book a grand final berth after a 19-point win.

Noosa, as expected, got the job done pretty comfortably over Caloundra, and will take on Maroochydore this week.


QFA South

Springwood made it two wins in two weeks over Kenmore, this time by 21-points, advancing to take on Coorparoo this weekend a grand final spot.

Burleigh put the foot to the floor in the forth quarter in their elimination final against Yeronga, kicking ten goals to one in the last 20 minutes, to run away 91-point winners. Clearly they don’t mind the rain.



The Southeast SUNS were pretty comprehensive in their win over Griffith Moorooka, despite the Roosters finishing in second spot. They got the job done by 41-points.

Carrara ended Victoria Point’s season in a thriller, getting over the line by just the nine-points. They take on Griffith Moorooka this week, while the SUNS take on Bond University.


QAFA (B) North

The first grand final of 2015 is in the books, and it was Gympie who took the crown. Scores were all square at half time, and there was only three points in it at the final change, but it was the Cats who were just a little bit more clean at the death.

Check out the match recap here:


QAFA (B) Central

Kedron and the Woodsmen have been the two best teams in the QAFA (B) Central competition this year, and will play off for the title this Friday night. The Woodsmen definitely didn’t have it all their way over Zillmere on Friday night though. They kicked six of the last seven goals of the game to sneak home 13-point winners.

The grand final this Friday night will be live blogged, so tune into at 7.15pm to follow all the action live.


QAFA (B) South

Tweed Coast has a date this weekend, and it’s with Bryon Bay. At half time on the weekend, this date looked unlikely though. Tweed Coast trailed Ballina by five-goals at the main break, before a five goal to two third quarter brought them back in the contest, eventually overrunning the Bombers to have a shot at the ultimate success this weekend.

Check out the full match recap here:


Colts North

Maroochydore bounced back in the best way possible on the weekend, with a convincing win over UQ to put them into the grand final this week against Aspley. They controlled the game from the opening bounce, to run out 37-point winners in the end.


Colts South

An eight goal opening quarter helped Broadbeach over the top of Mt Gravatt on Sunday, sending them into the grand final this weekend against Southport. Mt Gravatt hung around all day, but couldn’t get within striking distance of the Cats, who were never headed.

By Andrew Wiles@andrewjwiles

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