Bridgetown Bulldogs mauled Boyup Brook Roos in the Lower South West Football League reserves second semifinal, running away with the game 16.12 (108) to 3.4 (22). From the outset, Bridgetown took the fight to their opponent and did not allow them any time on the ball. The sheer amount of physical pressure put on the Roos caused them to make mistakes which were exploited by the Bulldogs. The lead at quarter-time was already out to five goals with Boyup Brook being held goalless by Bridgetown, 5.1 (31) to 0.1 (1). To stop the game becoming embarrassing in front of the Boyup Brook home fans, the Roos dug in and fought to get back into the game. This led to a more exciting contest when the rain set in and turned the match into a physical clash. Bridgetown went into half-time with a sizeable lead but knew the game was far from over. The scoreline at the break had Bridgetown leading Boyup Brook 8.7 (55) to 2.1 (13). When the match resumed both the Bulldogs and the Roos tried desperately to get on top. But Bridgetown were quicker, stronger and more clinical with the ball than Boyup Brook, who were starting to show signs of wear and tear. Bit by bit the Bulldogs scored another couple of goals all while keeping the Boyup Brook forwards relatively quiet. Heading into the final passage of play the margin between the two sides stood at 47 points and from there it was all downhill for the Roos. Bridgetown kicked six goals in the last quarter to seal a big win and secure a place in the grand final on September 11. Boyup Brook now have to travel to Kojonup on Sunday to face Deanmill in the preliminary final for a chance to land in the grand final.