The stage is set for a South Launceston-Scottsdale finals rematch after the Bulldogs weaved their way through Evandale's numerous obstacles in a 5.3 (33) to 4.1 (25) victory.
Finishing the home-and-away season undefeated, the Bulldogs lost their first match last week, seeing Scottsdale qualify for the grand final and ensuring their path would be a difficult one.
Kiara Foley backed up her coronation as the league's leading goal-kicker, nailing two majors in the eight-point victory over last year's TWL North premiers that saw Charrae Myers gain best-on-ground honours with team-mates Kate Greaves, Kate Child and Lisa Patterson all kicking majors.
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The ladder-leaders didn't have the contest all their own way however as Evandale burst out of the blocks to hold a 13-point advantage at quarter-time but the Eagles were unable to score again until the last quarter.
Kia Louise Rogers was named Evandale's best player on the day as Khama Beeton, Narine Maurangi, Georgia Rowley and Annmaree Bayliss found the big sticks.
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