Before their male counterparts took to the field, the Cable Beach women’s team also brought home the glory of the premiership after taking down the Looma Eagles by 22 points in a heated contest at Haynes Oval on Saturday morning. Cable Beach launched themselves into the lead during the first half, putting Looma on the back foot who struggled to make their shots at goal count and failed to score during the second quarter. Cable Beach pushed their lead out to three goals in the third quarter but Looma also had flashes of brilliance, with Shonterah Buck collecting the team’s third goal towards the end of the term. Looma mounted a last-ditch effort during the final term but Cable Beach’s defence held firm, kicking the ball back into their forwards to make several scores and seal the premiership win, 7.4 (46) to 3.6 (24). Cable Beach’s Simone Narkle won best on ground, receiving a medal from WKFL President Gavin Mitchell. After the win, Cable Beach women’s coach Mick Albert congratulated the Looma Eagles on a well played game and season. “I just want to say thanks to Looma Lady Eagles for coming back after having the season off last year,” he said. “You did a really good job, not only today but for the whole season. You certainly competed really well so I look forward to seeing you guys come back again next year.” After the women’s team had claimed their glory, the Cable Beach men’s team also took home the premiership after taking down the Broome Towns in a thrilling clash.