Stingray Asha Andreopoulos battled hard against his much taller opponent on Sunday.

Stingray Asha Andreopoulos battled hard against his much taller opponent on Sunday.

THE Alberton Junior Football League grand finalists have been decided following the preliminary finals at Wonthaggi on Sunday.
Corner Inlet will face Inverloch-Kongwak in the Under 11s final, while Phillip Island will take on Corner Inlet in the under 13s contest.
The games will be held at the Cowes Recreation Reserve this Sunday from 10am.

Under 11s

In the Under 11s preliminary final, Inverloch-Kongwak continued their strong form from last week, accounting for Leongatha by 17 points.
It was a slow start for both sides, but the young Sea Eagles were able to get a major on the board early to take a slight lead into the first break.
The Parrots only goal for the match came from Jesse Burns in the second term, but the Sea Eagles booted another major of their own to retain the lead going in to the main break.
Tyson Bolam and Joseph Soumilas were getting plenty of the ball, as the Sea Eagles dominated possession.
Burns and Mitchell McGannon were giving their all for the Parrots, but the side was unable to close the gap on the scoreboard.
Two more goals to the Sea Eagles in the third term, all but sealed the win, booking them a place in this week’s grand final.

Under 13s

The Under 13s preliminary final was a one-sided affair with the Corner Inlet Stingrays putting on a dominant display against Wonthaggi Power.
The Stingrays were the first to get on the scoreboard 10 minutes into the first quarter when Kelsey Pavlou took a strong mark directly in front.
The Power were working hard and gaining plenty of possessions, but were unable to get on the scoreboard in the first term.
The second quarter saw an evenly matched contest with the Stingrays being led by Lachlan Rathjen, Brodie Prain and Angus Harding.
While for the Power it was Noah Anderson, Max Pier and Dean McRae stepping up.
Both sides managed one major each, giving the Stingrays an eight point lead at the main break.
The second half saw Corner Inlet continue to extend its lead with Pavlou dominant up forward, bagging am impressive five goals for the match.
In the end it was a convincing 32 point with for the Stingrays, they will now face Phillip Island in the grand final on Sunday.