STAWELL - Tonight's grand final at Central Park will conclude another season for the Stawell Thirteen and Under Football Association.
The Central Park clubrooms will be open from 4.30pm for player access and also for parents wishing to drop off supper for the post grand final function upstairs.
Parents are reminded that Bulldogs and Hawks are to provide hot food, Magpies sandwiches and Tigers cakes/slices.
The Stawell Amcal Tigers and Town Hall Hotel Bulldogs teams involved in tonight's grand final will start the match at 6pm and the match will finish at 7pm with presentations then to take place on the Central Park oval.
Following the grand final and the match presentations the Association's best and fairest count and presentations will commence at 7.30pm with supper to follow.
Town Hall Bulldogs caused the biggest upset of the Stawell Thirteen and Under Football Association season, knocking the Halls Gap Plumbing Hawks out of the finals series.
At the completion of the home and away season Hawks were clear competition leaders, not dropping a game.
The first blemish came for Hawks when they suffered a second semi final loss to Stawell Amcal Tigers.
This loss appeared to derail Hawks. After being expected to hit back with a preliminary final win over Bulldogs, it was Bulldogs who came out firing and they matched it with the Hawks before slamming through three goals in the final quarter to seal an upset 19 points win.
Bulldogs showed they were on their game when they kicked three goals straight in the opening term of the preliminary final.
After kicking just one goal in the first quarter Hawks settled and after holding the Bulldogs to one minor score in the second and third terms had levelled the scores at the final break.
In a dominant final term, it was all one way traffic for Bulldogs adding 3.1 and holding Hawks scoreless.
The Gravesons were the key players up forward for the Bulldogs with Riley kicking three goals and brother Aiden two.
Hawks found scoring tough with three individual goalscorers each kicking a goal.
Riley Graveson, Joshua Kelly, Angus Williams and Aiden Graveson were the key players in the Bulldogs win, with Brodie Collins, Paul Summers and Kobey Byron standing out for Hawks.
While the curtain fell for Hawks, Bulldogs now go into tonight's grand final clash against the Stawell Amcal Tigers full of confidence.
Tigers were impressive with their second semi final win, but no doubt Bulldogs with one big scalp already on their list, will be out to grab another upset and if successful a premiership win.