5pm: LBU has won its third straight HDFL premiership, defeating Huntly by 58 points. The Cats won 15.13 (103) to 6.9 (45).
Lachlan Collins kicked five second-half goals for the Cats while Jarrod Bacon finished with four goals. The Cats' best players included Adrian Dohnt, Lachlan Collins, Jarrod Bacon, Mick Dobson, Kahl Tracey, Simon Keleher and Jesse Collins. Better players for Huntly were coach Stacy Fisk, Tom Curry, Cory Lobb, Ryley Dickens and Alex Demeo.
Adrian Dohnt won the VCFL BOG medal.
4.45pm – NETBALL UPDATE:
Final A GRADE score: Colbinabbin, 44, defeated White Hills, 28. Best player: Colbinabbin's Gabby Barlow in wing defence.
4.30pm – FOOTY UPDATE:
Early in the last quarter: LBU lead 12.8 (80) to Huntly 6.8 (44). Lachlan Collins starred for LBU in the third quarter, kicking three goals. The LBU defence has been superb all game. It looks like the Cats are heading for three flags in a row.
4.05pm – NETBALL UPDATE:
A RESERVE final score: Mount Pleasant, 47, defeated LBU, 41. Best player: Megan Baird.
A GRADE half-time score: Colbinabbin leads White Hills, 21-13.
3.35pm – FOOTY UPDATE:
LBU 6.7 (43), Huntly: 4.7 (31). Jarrod Bacon now has four goals for LBU. Huntly finished the quarter strongly. The Hawks kicked three of the last four goals of the term to cut the half-time margin to 12 points. LBU's Adrian Dohnt has been best on ground in the first half. It's anyone game.
3pm – FOOTY UPDATE:
Quarter-time in the senior grand final: LBU 4.3 (27) lead Huntly 1.7 (13). LBU's Jarrod Bacon has kicked three goals. Coach Kahl Oliver has the other goal for LBU. Coach Stacy Fiske kicked Huntly's goal.
Check back for a half-time update.
2.45pm – NETBALL SCORES:
A RESERVE half-time score: Mount Pleasant, 24, leading Lockington-Bamawm, 20.
B GRADE: Huntly, 43, defeated Lockington-Bamawm, 36. Best player: Huntly's Hannah Rae.
B RESERVE: Huntly, 43 defeated Mt Pleasant, 35. Best player: Huntly's Kelsey Johnston.
UNDER-17: Heathcote, 34, defeated Lockington-Bamawm, 21. Best player: Heathcote's Zoe Davies.
UNDER-15: Lockington-Bamawm, 24, defeated Leitchville-Gunbower, 20. Best player: Lockington's Georgina Schroen.
1pm: It's grand final day in the HDFL today at Elmore, with Lockington-Bamawm United and Huntly to fight for the flag.
Whichever way the result goes, there's going to be a good story.
If the Cats win, they will have completed a flag hat-trick, having also won the past two premierships.
One flag is hard enough to win, let alone three in a row.
On the other hand, Huntly is playing in its first HDFL grand final, while the Hawks are also chasing their first premiership since 1940.
The rise of Huntly has been well documented this week.
It was only two years ago that the Hawks claimed their 10th wooden-spoon in a row, but here they are on grand final day.
What a turn around for the Hawks.
The Cats go into the grand final as favourites, but the Hawks have been good enough to beat then once this season, winning by 11 points in round three.
That has been the only defeat the Cats have suffered this year.
It should be a cracking game of footy between the two best sides of the year.