Final term seals it for

Colts player Tyson Moulton kicks a West Perth goal under pressure against Perth. Picture Dan White
Colts player Tyson Moulton kicks a West Perth goal under pressure against Perth. Picture Dan White

It’s A Grand Old Flag had not yet been heard in 2014 with the Falcons’ three sides combining for no wins and six losses heading into round three against Perth at Arena Joondalup.

But the club snapped its losing streak with triumphant performances coming from the defending champion league side and the Colts.

The reserves remain winless from three games.

Under pressure as the reigning premiers, the league players ended Perth’s perfect start to the season with a 15.13 (103) to 13.7 (85) win.

The Falcons were able to rack up their first premiership points for 2014 thanks to four final-quarter goals to the Demons’ one as the game hung in the balance.

Impact player Andrew Strijk found some form after a sluggish start to the season with a three-goal, 16-possession performance.

In the lead-up to the match, coach Bill Monaghan had made it known he was looking for some improvement from the 2013 Breckler medallist.

Earlier in the day, the Colts side thumped the winless Demons by 57 points in an 18.10 (118) to 9.7 (61) trouncing.

Ocean Ridge JFC product Kaidyn Fullgrabe turned it on with five goals.