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.
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.