Augusta-Margaret River’s incredible depth has been proven after the club’s reserves side matched the league team’s efforts and won the minor premiership for 2022. The Hawks finished on top of the ladder after a thrilling four-point win over the second-placed Bunbury Bulldogs in round 22 in what could have been a potential grand final preview. The Bulldogs will face the Harvey Bulls this weekend in the qualifying final at Hands Oval for a chance to play AMR in the following round. The two sides finished level on points on the ladder, with the Bulldogs claiming second place because of greater percentage. Bunbury were convincing away winners by 35 points in their first meeting with the Bulls in round 4, but Harvey returned the favour in round 15 and outlasted the Bulldogs to win by 10 points on the road at Payne Park. The Bulls have turned heads and are the most in-form team around the competition, having won their last 12 games in a row after starting the season with four wins and four losses. Meanwhile, South Bunbury will play Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault in the elimination final as both sides look to keep their season alive for 2022. The Tigers will go in as hot favourites for the clash having recorded four more wins than the Lions and beaten them twice throughout the home-and-away season. The winner of the elimination final will play the loser of the match between Bunbury and Harvey. South Bunbury will play HBL at 11:30 am on Saturday in Busselton and Bunbury will play the Bulls at 11:30 am on Sunday at Hands Oval.