Bulldogs favourite calls time after grand final win

THE South Fremantle Football Club Reserves have capped off a stellar season, winning the second-tier competition�s premiership.

The Bulldogs were the standouts all season, dropping just two games to finish on top of the ladder, a full three games clear of Subiaco who finished second.

It was a clean and some would say easy trip through the finals series for the team, with barely a hiccup to their road to the grand final game.

They accounted for Subiaco in the second semi final 101-54, before taking down Swan Districts 109-38 in their grand final match.

It was their second premiership in three years after also taking out the 2013 flag.

South Fremantle chief executive Stuart Kemp said he was proud of the team, who had an �outstanding season� and had been the pacesetters all year.

�The pleasing thing is that our entire senior playing group worked together when their season was finished to get the boys over the line,� he said.

�It�s really evident the players we have coming through the system will all play League football over the next few years which will all goes well for our club.�

The game was also fan-favourite Paul Mugambwa�s last, after the 34-year-old called time on his 163-game career.