Colts win after the final siren

Jesse Ramshaw, Teale De'angelis, Blake Shanahan and Liam Reuben. Blake was captain of the team and was also selected in the all stars team. Also the team was coached by ex Collie-ite David Lewis and Paul Moyses (current reserves coach for Collie Eagles) was an assistant coach.

Jesse Ramshaw, Teale De'angelis, Blake Shanahan and Liam Reuben. Blake was captain of the team and was also selected in the all stars team. Also the team was coached by ex Collie-ite David Lewis and Paul Moyses (current reserves coach for Collie Eagles) was an assistant coach.

The South West Football League colts side retained their Landmark Country Football Championship title on Saturday with a last gasp win against Peel Football and Netball League.

Jubilation: The South West Football League colts side rush to embrace Sebastian Dixon who kicked the match winner after the final siren on Saturday. Photo: Justin Rake.

Jubilation: The South West Football League colts side rush to embrace Sebastian Dixon who kicked the match winner after the final siren on Saturday. Photo: Justin Rake.

The South West went into the grand final undefeated from four round-robin games across Thursday and Friday and were keen to hang onto the crown they won in 2016. 

Peel drew first blood with Deklan Gardiner-McKenna kicking the opening goal before Declan Power added a second. 

Harvey’s Jacob Pickett opened the South West account with a goal after the quarter time siren. 

The South West took the lead in the second with Taine Williams kicking the first two majors of the term before Gardiner-McKenna leveled the scores. 

Josh Hill pull Peel a goal in front but Williams nailed his third to tie the score at 4.3.27 apiece at the main break. 

A goal to Peel’s Oliver Walton got the second half underway but Kale Triplett quickly hit back for the visitors. 

A brilliant mark from Peel’s Wesley Steele silenced the crowd and another goal to Walton gave Peel a six point advantage at the final change. 

Williams drew a free kick and nailed goal number four before Walton wrestled the lead back for Peel.

They pulled further ahead with a goal to Steele before Sebastian Dixon opened his account for the South West.

With four minutes on the clock, Peel led by seven but a goal to Eli Hill bought the margin back to one.

Dixon then sealed the 9.4.58 to 8.5.53 victory with a cool-as-ice goal after the final siren. 

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