Warwick SHS and Mandurah Catholic College won the right last week to decide the AFL SportsReady Cup Jakovich Division.
In front of a large crowd and in perfect conditions, the Grand Final was played at a frantic pace with some outstanding skills on display.
The game was described as one of the most skillful games of school boys' football seen in more recent times.
In the end it was Mandurah Catholic College who overcame a persistent Warwick SHS by 23 points.
Competition Patron, former West Coast Eagles Champion Glen Jakovich and AFL SportsReady General Manager Colin West were on hand to present the AFL SportsReady Cup and medallions to the players, coaches and umpires.
Jayden Caratti (Mandurah ) and Aaron Summers (Warwick) were awarded the match balls post game as recognition for being their schools best players in the Grand Final.
"The West Australian Football Commission greatly appreciates the support received from all participating schools, AFL SportsReady and School Sport WA,'said WAFC Schools Competitions Manager Clayton Anderson.
"I would also like to sincerely thank those teachers who gave up their time to coach a school football team in the competition."
As part of the WAFC’s continued efforts to promote Schoolboys football, The AFL SportsReady Cup Cable Division Grand Final match will be played as the post-match fixture to the West Coast v Brisbane game on Sunday July 29, with CBC Fremantle defending their crown against Clontarf AC.