HDFL - CKS Swifts season is still alive after posting a 28 point victory against Harrow Balmoral in Sunday's Horsham District Football League elimination final at Edenhope.
The Baggies defied wet and slippery conditions, with a seven goal to three third term setting up a semi final date with Edenhope-Apsley this Sunday.
Baggies joint coach Ben Martin was extremely pleased with his side's performance.
"It was good to go over to Edenhope and get the win," he said.
When asked what the difference was between Sunday's performance and that of the 28 point loss to the Roos just three weeks ago, Martin's answer was simple.
"It wasn't a home and away game, it was a final and there was a bit to be playing for," he said.
CKS Swifts burst out of the blocks and looked threatening early, booting three goals in five minutes before the Roos hit back.
The heavens then opened and it was an arm wrestle for the next fifteen minutes of the opening quarter, with both sides struggling to score thanks to the damp conditions.
CKS Swifts failed to score a goal in the second term and this allowed the Roos to get within eight points at half time.
While there was no panic button pressed, the Baggies camp was told that their work rate needed to lift with the onus put back on a couple of key players to stand up and deliver.
"We needed to work harder both ways," Martin said.
"We were being caught in-between and were playing in no-man's land instead of pushing back hard and picking up an opponent."
The sun came out in the third quarter and so did the Baggies, breaking away from the Roos again after kicking the first three goals of the second half.
Damon Folkes was one of those players who was asked at half time to lift and provide an option across centre half forward.
"To his credit, he came out and took the game by the scruff of the neck. He took some good marks," Martin said of Folkes.
Folkes, along with Isaac Rathgeber, Zach Salmi, Jake Goodes, Jeremy Joiner and Nathan Ringin all kicked goals in the third term and this time, Harrow Balmoral didn't have the answers with the Baggies eventually securing the victory, 12.9 (81) to 8.5 (53).
Key forward Brent Penny ended up kicking four goals for the Roos, but Martin was still full of praise for Baggies defender Jake Davis.
"There was not much 'Barb' (Davis) could have done with the delivery he (Penny) got," the Baggies joint coach said.
Martin nominated midfielder Ricky Whitehead as Baggies best on ground.
"Ricky was everywhere, running here, running there and breaking tackles. He was fantastic for us.
"Ash Cowen was exceptional on one wing and Jake Goodes on the other wing and Isaac Rathgeber in the midfield."
Another stand out was tagger Tim Lillis, who managed to restrict the influence of Harrow Balmoral coach Brent Forsyth.