WHITE Hills has capped a dominant home and away season with yet another commanding performance.
The minor round premiers made certain of a bye in the first week of finals with an impressive 58-29 win against Mount Pleasant.
Highlighting their dominance this season, the Demons’ 58 goals was their third lowest score of the season so far.
They have also conceded the fewest number of goals (445).
The Demons will now wait on the outcome of next Saturday’s qualifying final between Colbinabbin and Mount Pleasant at Heathcote’s Barrack Reserve to learn who will be their first finals opponent.
Reigning premiers Colbinabbin warmed up for another finals campaign with a 67-47 win against North Bendigo.
It was the Grasshoppers’ 15 win of the season, tying them with White Hills, with each side’s sole loss coming against each other.
A 20-goal loss proved costly for the Bulldogs, who slipped from sixth to seventh spot on the ladder.
Leitchville-Gunbower earned the tag as the best placed team outside of finals with a 43-36 victory against Lockington-Bamawm United.
It was the Bombers’ fourth win of the season and combined with an early season draw against Elmore gave them 18 points, two ahead of an unlucky North Bendigo.
Elmore’s best season in a decade continued with the Bloods scoring their eighth win of the season against a persistent Heathcote.
The Bloods will face Huntly in next Sunday’s elimination final at White Hills.