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WARRNAMBOOL will play in a sixth-straight Hampden league grand final.
The Blues trounced North Warrnambool Eagles in today's preliminary final at Reid Oval, winning 21.9 (135) to 9.12 (66).
The emphatic result came one week after the Eagles inflicted a 99-point loss on 2012 grand finalist Cobden.
Warrnambool will play Koroit in next weekend's decider.
The Blues set the tone early against the Eagles and controlled the entire game.
They led by 10 points at quarter-time and had extended their advantage to 34 points at the main break.
The Blues wasted chances to push in front early in the third term but quick goals to Jye Turland, Jed Turland and Tim O'Keeffe later on gave them a match-winning buffer.
Undersized ruckman Andrew McCarthy played a key role in the win, plucking numerous saving goals in defence, while full back Will Jacobs blanketed enigmatic Eagle Robbie Gregg and Sam Cowling manned coach David Haynes.
Young ball winners Jackson Bell, Jake O'Donnell and Darcy Graham were important and the Blues' forward line functioned well.
Jason Rowan and Travis Graham provided strong leading targets, while the Turland brothers were busy.
North Warrnambool Eagles' A grade netball side booked its first-ever grand final spot with a nail-biting 45-44 win against Camperdown.
The Eagles have been the finals darkhorse, coming from fifth to make the decider.
They led Camperdown by three goals at quarter-time, four at half-time and five at the final break.
The Magpies bridged the gap in the last quarter but fell short.
The Eagles meet grand final specialists Koroit in the A grade grand final.
Seniors Koroit v Warrnambool;
reserves Cobden v Camperdown;
under 18.5s Portland v Terang Mortlake
A grade: Koroit v North Warrnambool Eagles;
A1: Koroit v Cobden;
A2: Port Fairy v Koroit;
17 and under: South Warrnambool v Terang Mortlake;
15 and under: North Warrnambool Eagles v Terang Mortlake;
13 and under: North Warrnambool Eagles v Camperdown.