Narrogin outlasted Katanning Wanderers in the Upper Great Southern Football League thirds grand final, emerging 23-point winners in a captivating affair at Williams on Sunday. The Hawks held their opposition to a single point in the first half while adding four majors of their own to open up a buffer of 28 points at the long break. Two goals to the Tigers in the third term gave them a sniff, trimming the margin to 23 points by the last break but the Hawks were able to cling on for a superb 6.10 (46) to 3.5 (23) triumph. Despite the Tigers outscoring their opponents in the second half three goals to one, they were left to lament a slow first half as the Hawks claimed premiership glory. Tyler Rowe, Maximus Skerritt, Jed Harcourt, Logan Batt, Les Eades and Jack Warburton were the stand-out performers for the winners with Eades and Warburton kicking two goals apiece. The Barry Butterworth Medal as the grand final fairest and best player was won by star young Hawk Tyler Rowe. Toby Perrin (two goals) was the only multiple goal-kicker for the Tigers. Caleb Quartermaine, Abdul Pickett, Toby Quartermaine, Thomas Hamon, Slade Green and Austin Quartermaine were outstanding in a losing affair. Meanwhile, Brookton-Pingelly finished thrilling one-point winners over the Hawks in the UGSFL reserves grand final. The Panthers came from behind in stunning fashion after trailing by 27 points at half-time and managing just one goal in the first half. An extraordinary nine-goal second half was the catalyst for the Panthers as the stunned Hawks were left reeling, managing just two majors in the final quarter as they went down 10.7 (67) to 10.8 (68). The game ended in controversy as Kynan Collard snapped from 45m out as the final siren sounded, dribbling the ball through for a behind with the umpires deeming the score counted. Collard was fantastic all day and was well supported by Barry Ugle, Henry Papertalk, Alistair Williams, Kobe Bennell and Noah Bowen-Zoccoli. Cameron Jetta snagged three goals while Shaun Bennell (two goals) and Henry Blechynden (two goals) both provided great targets in the forward line. Papertalk won the Greg O’Neill Medal as the fairest and best player in the reserves decider. Warren Thorne, Joharnan Bolton, Rese Miller, Casey Kernutt (two goals), Timothy Galvin and Carter Peter-Johnson were brilliant in a losing affair while Malachi Bolton, Ralph Kickett and Brady Lee all kicked two goals. The Panthers paid tribute to late teammate Kyle Bowen-Zoccoli, who passed away suddenly in April. Most players wore black bands around their forearms with the words #KBZ44. In the fourths grand final, the Hawks were also victorious over the Tigers with a 25-point win. Logan Rowe was the winner of the Les Grout Medal for the fairest and best in the grand final. He was well supported by teammates Alan Kickett, Dylan Mulcahy, Lincoln Frank Bolton, Kaylab Maley and Henry Synott, who all stood out in the 9.2 (56) to 4.7 (31) win. Nathan Smith, Wade Green, Liam Gulberti, Charlie Kowald, Crawford Bolto and Adam Edwards toiled hard for the Tigers in defeat.