Bass Coast confirmed its premiership favouritism with a dominant victory over Seaford in the Division-Two second semi-final on oval one.
The Breakers set up their victory in the opening term, booting three quick goals into a strong breeze to take total command of the contest.
The league’s leading goal-kicker, Tayla Stahl-Smith (pictured), had a great battle with Seaford’s Brittany Holt, but the Breakers just packed too many punches around the ground, with Tess Angarane giving her midfielders first use of the ball in the ruck, while Ella Angarane was another livewire contributor.
The Breakers now advance to the grand final, while the Tigers will play the winner of today’s game between Eastern Devils and Tyabb in next week’s preliminary final at Hastings.SEWF website
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