A late goal from Ben Taylor has sealed back-to-back premiership flags for Augusta-Margaret River in a magnificent come-from-behind victory by just four points. Augusta-Margaret River Hawks became back-to-back SWFL League premiers, edging out South Bunbury 5.7 (37) to 4.9 (33) in an incredible contest at Hands Oval on Sunday. While South Bunbury seemed to have a tight grip of the contest, a late comeback effort from the Hawks had spectators holding their breath. The win also capped off a huge milestone for club stalwart Mitch Gerrans, who celebrated his 250th game and became a three-time premiership player for the Hawks. Despite South Bunbury falling just short of the flag, Jace Cormack took home the Pike medal as the best on ground player. Earlier in the day, South Bunbury became premiers in the Reserves competition, coming from behind during the second half to defeat Augusta-Margaret River 10.4 (64) to 8.7 (55). South Bunbury’s Kurt Cadman was named the best on ground, receiving the Don Punch MLA trophy. Carey Park Panthers also became back-to-back premiers with a convincing 16.9 (105) to 6.7 (43) victory over Bunbury Bulldogs in the Colts grand final. Carey Park’s Chayse Martinson received the KJ Lynn medal for his best on ground performance. Stay tuned for full reports in Tuesday’s Bunbury Herald.