THE South West Football League are celebrating back-to-back wins at the Landmark Country Championships last weekend.
The league and colts teams dominated their rivals to take out the titles convincingly.
The league side played Upper Great Southern in the final match and won by 53 points.
Coach Crandon Keddie it was another great effort from the team.
“I’m so proud of the guys, it was tough competition with early injuries,” he said.
After only narrowly beating Peel in the semi-final, the league changed their game plan dramatically.
Keddie said they moved most of the players around so the other team could not predict what they would do.
“Luckily it paid off,” he said.
Best on ground was given to Brendan Page who Keddie said saved his best until last.
“He took the game apart and was most dominant,” he said.
Keddie said it was hard to find a highlight from the weekend with so many good points to remember.
“I have nothing but praise for the boys,” he said.
About nine of the league players will travel interstate to represent WA in the state country championships this weekend.
The colts also had an impressive weekend beating Kimberley Spirit in the grand final.
It was a smashing in the end with the final result being 104 to 34.
David Roche was voted best on ground after kicking four goals.