JUST a year after moving into new clubrooms in Meadow Springs, the Mandurah Pirates has achieved a first with three teams in the finals.
The club said this was due to the sheer amount of work by the many committed volunteers and motivated coaches and players.
Mandurah Seniors have established themselves at the top of the table in the third grade division to win the minor premiership with one game in hand.
The fourth grade black side is one game away from doing the same after recording 12 wins in a row.
Not to be out done, colts are in second spot on the table and are guaranteed a spot in the finals.
Last weekend the Seniors travelled away to Bunbury and returned with a 51-10 win.
It was an imposing seven tries to two display with Dave Hadfield and Nolen Grace best on ground and well-supported by Jake Gill, Gerwyn Williams, Kieran Power, Dan Richards, Tyson Parkes and Zac Palmer.
The senior development side also played away and recorded a 39-12 win.
With six thrilling, entertaining tries to two players of the day were Ricky Daniels and Tyron Ferris.
The try-scorers were Corey Epps, Jarrod Eaglesome, Leonard Lloyd, James Murray, Ferris and Pelesara Lia Taufaatua.
Colts had an impressive home game against Perth Bayswater which ended in an exhilarating 33-13 win.
Zac Nicolson kicked four conversions to bring his season’s points total to a remarkable 100 points.
The win ensured the colts moved into second spot with trys to Sam Abraham- Murray, Dylan Lewis, Rheon McClelland, Andre Tamanui and JD Symes.
McClelland, Matt Robinson and Cody Ferris were top performers on the day.
Fourth grade blue played Wests Subiaco at home but were unable to continue the club’s winning ways, going down 16-32.