Katanning Wanderers’ dominance of the Upper Great Southern Football League D-grade competition has continued, winning a fifth-straight grand final on Sunday. The young Wanderers completed a brilliant season to claim their fifth flag in a row after beating the Narrogin Hawks by 32 points in Narrogin. The win was sealed in the second half as the Wanderers booted four goals to one on their way to a resounding 7.11 (53) to 3.3 (21) victory in a hard-fought game. The Wanderers booted three unanswered goals in the first term to lead by 21 points but that was reduced to 10 at half-time as the Hawks kicked the only two goals of the second term. However it was all the Wanderers from that point on, as they kicked three unanswered goals in the final term to seal premiership success. Craig Taylor was named best on ground in the win while Zoe Keley, Harry Harris, Brayden D'Aprile and Liam Moulden were outstanding for the winners and Rhys Holzknecht kicked three goals. Tyran Lanciano finished with two majors for the Hawks who were best served by Logan Batt, Chayse Pickett and Cody Heywood. In C-grade the Wanderers weren’t able to replicate their earlier success as they went down by 15 points to the Hawks. The Wanderers fought hard in the final quarter booting three goals to one after being down by 30 points at the final change but they lost 5.9 (39) to 7.12 (54). Hawks’ Tom Kilpatrick was named best on ground as his side bounced back from a second semifinal defeat to the Wanderers. A goal in the last minute from Ryan Pearce guided Williams to an upset four-point victory over Brookton-Pingelly in the reserves decider. Pearce bagged five goals in the thrilling 10.12 (72) to 11.2 (68) victory as the Cats completed the perfect finals series, finishing third before they won the elimination final and preliminary final, and then prevailed over the Panthers in the decider. Cats’ Matthew Gillett was named best on ground.