A stunning display in front of goal ensured Kiama’s AFL South Coast Division Two team would march to a thumping win in Saturday’s grand final.
The Power piled on 30 scoring shots to win 21.9 (135) to 6.7 (43) against Port Kembla who had come from fourth to play at North Dalton Park.
But after three quarters, Kiama had kicked a remarkable 16.1 and a 60-point lead, making the final term a victory lap.
And while it would be a bitter sweet afternoon for the club when their first grade clubmates were beaten hours later, Jacob Hudson could celebrate as best-on-ground in the reserves, booting seven goals along the way.
One of the Power’s more experienced campaigners, Rob Beaumont was also among the their best, while Jack Bateman, Bryce O’Connor and Ricky Neels played vital roles in premiership success.
It was a seven goal second term, without kicking a behind, which set the platform.