The Camden Haven Bombers played three games at home last Sunday as the strong Port Black outfit visited and came away with the spoils.
Despite some lopsided results, the Bombers produced patches of brilliance and were playing just as hard at the conclusion of the matches as they were at the start.
In the non-competitive Under 11s, the fancied Bombers played a free-flowing and team-oriented game which saw a very even contest.
Caleb Moss and Aurora Attenborough were among the best players and the McArdle family continues to grow as star players every week.
The Under 13s took to the field and despite being outgunned, they came back strongly in the second half.
Callum Vanderant never stopped trying while Thomas Gammon repelled many raids that came his way across half-back.
Ben Morgan was at his best while Matt Coskerie continues to hit the ball at pace and provide the Bombers with aggression and skill against the bigger and more physical opponents.
The Under 15s were also slow out of the blocks but left their best for the run home.
Cubs Hodges ran all day and gave away a big weight advantage but never stopped trying.
Hayden Clarke was awarded best on ground for his solid performance and he was well supported by Ari Vanderant.
Jarmyn Hudson took mark of the day to save a certain goal and Marcus Tate kicked two goals to claim bragging rights over his brother.
In Under 18s, the Bombers finished their season proper with a 58-point win against the Coffs Swans at Wauchope on Saturday.
Jed Seymour led the way with a game-high 17 possessions, one handball and four marks.
He was well supported by Wil Wright who is back to his best, and Gresham Hodges who continually tackled the opposition into submission.
Josh Windsor produced a strong display while Jack Tate, Brice Hayward and Brad Smith provided plenty of headaches for the Swans.
Alex Moulds finished with five goals and the ever present Owen Geard also picked up two goals.
The 18s have the first week of semi finals off this Saturday and will play Port Macquarie on August 19 for the right to advance to the grand final - an outstanding effort in their very first year at the senior level.
The Junior Bomber teams (11s, 13s and 15s) will take on Port Macquarie White at Laurieton this Sunday with the 11s starting the day at 9.30am.
FIRST TO 100 GAMES
IN A major milestone for the Camden Haven Bombers, 16-year-old Tyson Wiegold led the Under 18s onto the field for his 100th individual outing for the Bombers a fortnight ago in Macksville.
Wiegold is the first player to reach the milestone having been an original member of the Bombers team in 2006.
Wiegold was able to rack up the milestone thanks to his willingness to back up for Under 14s as an Under 12s player, and also his willingness to grow and compete as an Aussie Rules player.
He was presented with a commemorative jacket by original teammates Andrew Stokes and Correy McFarlane.
The Bombers won the game by five goals in the finish with good performances from Jed Seymour, Luke Raymond, Alex Moulds and Damian Sewell.