Falcons eye off clean sweep in netball grand finals

South Mandurah have their sights set on a clean sweep of netball premierships after they qualified teams in all four of this weekend's Peel Football and Netball League grand finals.

In a PFNL-first, the Falcons will appear in the league, reserves, open and under 20s divisions deciders, after a set of impressive showings and nail-biting results across the previous two weeks.

The league team is set to face Waroona on the back of two thrilling wins over Rockingham and Pinjarra.

Souths went into both games as underdogs but managed to string together a two-point win over the Rams before beating Pinjarra by four the following week.

They'll face a tougher test in stopping a Demons outfit keen on a third consecutive flag, but will take heart from the fight they gave that very side in the final round of the regular season.

South Mandurah toppled Pinjarra to claim their spot in the grand final last weekend. Photo: Shazza J Photography.

South Mandurah toppled Pinjarra to claim their spot in the grand final last weekend. Photo: Shazza J Photography.

Meanwhile the reserves will head in as favourites against Rockingham, having booked their spot in the final early on the back of a dominant season.

It will be a similar situation for the club's open division squad, who will fancy their chances against Pinjarra, while the under 20s hope to cause an upset against a powerhouse Rockingham outfit.

League coach Naomi Pannell praised the hard work of the players and coaching staff, highlighting the significance of having all four teams play in the season's final game.

"It's an amazing achievement. To have every one of our teams playing for a grand final, it's something that makes you super proud of all the hard work everyone has put in," she said.

"There was actually a fair bit of pressure on the league side last week since every other team had already qualified, so to get that close win over Pinjarra was really special.

"Now I'm just hoping we go out on Saturday and give every game a real crack."

Pannell attributed the success to the group's team-first attitude.

"Having all of our girls know each other well and be friends off the court has been a huge benefit," she said.

"That way if we're pulling someone up from their regular team, or if someone drops down for a game, they already know their teammates and they play well together.

"All of them are passionate, and they just love netball, so to see them get this success is really rewarding."

The Falcons kick off their search for grand final glory at the Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre on Saturday.

The under 20s will take to the court first at 2pm, with the open, reserves and league games to follow.