THE junior colts provided a thrilling start to the day, with Bordertown getting up over Naracoorte in extra time to claim the premiership.
Both sides displayed fine skills, handling the ball cleanly, with a number of good marks taken.
Bordertown controlled the play early with captain Harry Fromm leading the way, having a number of possessions around the ground. Matthew Leigh and Riley Densley kicked goals to give the Roosters a good start.
Naracoorte had more of the play in the second quarter, with Will Harris and Sam Bates picking up kicks. A goal to Jacksen Adams had them within eight points at half time.
The third quarter was a tight tussle. Bordertown held the ball in their half for the majority of the time, but the only score came late in the term with David Motsi gathering close to goal to put it through.
The Demons were straight into attack and started the last term with two behinds. They were able to stay forward and a goal came to Sam Bates. They pushed forward again and Bates was able to kick another to level the scores with seven minutes gone.
Neither side was able to score in the next five minutes, with both sides on 3.2 (20) at the final siren.
With a result being needed in finals, extra time was played, three minutes at each end.
In the first period, Bordertown were able to get a goal to Motsi within 30 seconds. He then repeated this with another to start the last stanza to enable Bordertown to go on and win by 12 points.
Ruckman Fromm received the trophy for best afield.