On the last Saturday in March the South Perth fourth division white side hosted and was successful in winning the pennant final series.
In the morning The Millers ran into a dogged Scarborough side in a match where the home side was able to establish an early lead but not put the result beyond doubt until the last few ends.
South Perth 79 def Scarborough 71
Bandy, Cassidy, O'Brien, Yates 15
Redden, Garlikis, Snellings, Higgins 22
Owen, Roberts, Cook, Hughes 21
Curham, McCarley, Greenway, Judd 16
Wylie, Hawkes, Carney, Berryman 18
Martins, Whittle, Gildent, Barrow 18
Skuza, Percival, Taplin, Clinch 25
Butt, Innes, McKenzie, Spratt 15
In the other morning fixture Gosnells defeated Belmont to make it through to the pennant final.
The afternoon final was a one-sided affair with Rod Clinch's rink quickly establishing a match winning lead.
As the game went on South Perth steadily increased the gap between the two sides to record a forty shot victory and claim the pennant.
South Perth 95 def Gosnells 55
Owen, Roberts, Cook, Hughes 20
Shean, Anderson, Bekink, Dave 12
Bandy, Cassidy, O'Brien, Yates 25
Greaves, Gilbert, Kelly, Benton 17
Wylie, Hawkes, Carney, Berryman 22
Lynch, Boyle, McClung, Perser 18
Skuza, Percival, Taplin, Clinch 28
Nicholls, Beet, Hibbitt, Bradford 8
The pennant was a well-deserved reward for the South Perth side (15 wins, 3 losses) who earnt the right to host the finals by accumulating the most points of all fourth division teams.