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North Beach's surprise 40-point loss to Mt Lawley last Saturday in WA Amateur A Grade robbed this Saturday's final round of any great suspense.

The only big interest now is the match between Trinity Aquinas and Kalamunda at Grayden Reserve to see who will finish fourth and fifth and qualify for a home elimination final.

North Beach (sixth) would have been in the finals by winning the final two games - the last this Saturday against bottom team Whitford - but by losing to Mt Lawley at home they are a win and a big-enough percentage from fifth. They would have to win by at least 20 goals this week and hope Trinity have a decent loss to Kalamunda.

Fremantle CBC will finish on top regardless of their result with second-placed Wesley Curtin this week and earn a week's rest.

Wesley Curtin and University will meet the following week in the qualifying final in the five-team finals series.

In B Grade, the finals start on Saturday with second-placed Wembley hosting third-placed Scarborough in the qualifying final, and Kelmscott (fourth) taking on Hamersley Carine in the elimination final. North Fremantle won the minor premiership.

In C1 Grade, Kingsway lost just one game for the regular season and finished clear on top with a percentage of 252. In C2, Carlisle were the minor premiers, also by a big margin, and they also lost only one match.

The West Australian

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