Warriors’ big chance

Modewarre will face Queenscliff in the BFL Preliminary final, after the latter was handed a strong message in the second semi final by Geelong Amateur last weekend.

Factoring in that the Coutas finished second on the ladder, and being without spearhead Dan DeGois (who has kicked 57 goals this year), there was something markedly brutal about the way Ammos disposed of the side many believe to be the only real challenger.

It was a swift, ruthless 106-point drubbing and what’s more, tells whoever has to play Ammos in the grand final will be in for a fight. Inaccuracy prevented the margin from blowing out even further; the reigning Premier slamming 8.12 in the final term.

What’s more scary is that all this was done with reigning Ash Medalist Mitch Day being well held by Cormac Cashin. The reigning champs made up for it by having a further 14 goal kickers. Ominous.

Meanwhile, Modewarre gets the chance to take on the wounded Coutas in the preliminary final for a chance in the big dance, with a 60-point win against Angelsea on Sunday afternoon. The Warriors shone as the Roos went out in a whimper; going from a third-place ladder finish, to still being without a finals win since 2011.

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