Williams secured their first league grand final appearance since the club’s 2016 premiership success, proving far too strong for Narrogin in the preliminary final at Williams on Sunday afternoon. The Upper Great Southern Football League grand final will feature Wickepin and the Cats after the latter ran out emphatic 52-point winners over the Hawks. The Hawks led by a single point at quarter-time in their bid to reach successive grand finals but the home side got control of the contest in the second term. Led by the hardworking Ashley Boyes and Jaymi Spinner-Mainstone, the Cats piled on five second quarter goals to take a 17-point advantage into half-time. That margin was extended to 31 points by three-quarter-time and then a five-goal final sealed the victory as the Cats progressed to yet another decider in the last decade while the Hawks’ season came to an end. Boyes was a star in the front half kicking five majors as the Cats cruised to a 17.21 (123) to 10.11 (71) result. He was well supported by Thomas Vellios and Gerard Medlen who both bagged four goals. Simon Panizza kicked a goal and was among joined in the best players by Riley Cunningham, Spinner-Mainstone and Brett Lavender. Recently crowned Leo Graham medallist Lewis Davis went goalless but his Cats had no trouble in getting into this Sunday’s decider. Hawks power forward Mason Hill finished with three majors but was down on his usual impact in the final. Jack Lambert and Jack Walsh worked hard through-out while Kaden Elliott and Blair Forrest each chipped in with two goals and were valuable contributors for the Hawks. A superb final term from Kukerin-Dumbleyung got them into the reserves grand final, winning a tense preliminary final over Brookton-Pingelly. The Cougars trailed by one point at the last change but kicked three goals to win by five points, with Nathan Ditchburn kicking two goals. The Panthers had their chances in the final term but went down, 6.10 (46) to 7.9 (51). Meanwhile in the C-grade the Hawks were commanding 62-point winners in the preliminary final over Katanning. The result was set up by five unanswered goals in the first quarter. The Wanderers made it through to the D-grade decider after a crushing 114-point win over Wagin in the preliminary final.