The AFL Goldfield's women's home-and-away season has come to a close in disappointing fashion after three of the five scheduled games were abandoned due to forfeits.
Gisborne, Bacchus Marsh and Redan came away with the points at the weekend after Sebastopol, Carisbrook and Melton all forfeited prior to the games.
In the two games played, East Point continued its strong run heading towards finals with a 84-point demolition of Darley on the road.
The Dragons opened the game with three goals in the first quarter and never looked back, piling on the scores while stifling the Devils defensively, holding Darley to one point for the game.
East Point's Anna Baxter ensured she would finish on top of the league's goal-kicking tally, adding three goals to finish the season with 39 major scores. Her teammate Emily Sculley kicked three goals of her own to finish second on the leader-board with 36 goals.
Elsewhere Melton Centrals handed Lake Wendouree its 12th loss of the season, running away with a 78-0 victory at home. The win ensures the Blues finished with a third-place finish.
With the regular season not at an end, the finals match-ups are set for the upcoming weekend.
East Point will host Melton Centrals in the qualifying final. The sides split its two meetings this season, with the Blues winning the first encounter 37-30 while the Dragons took the second game 40-8.
Gisborne will then host Bacchus Marsh in an elimination final.
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