The Hedland Blazers have stormed into the North Pilbara Football League women’s finals with a 48-point win against the Wickham Wolves. Blazers were able to take a slim three-point lead at the first break, kicking 2.3 to the visitors’ 2.0 in the game at Kevin Scott Oval on Saturday. In an explosive second term, the home side showed their class, booting 4.1 while keeping the Wolves scoreless to lead by 28 points at the main break. It was a gruelling third quarter, with both sides having their moments as the Wolves desperately tried to close the gap but were unable to make an impact, trailing by 27 at the final break. It was all Blazers in the fourth quarter, with the home side controlling the footy to keep the visitors goalless while booting three of their own in an 11.9 (75) to 4.3 (27) victory. In the other round 15 clash, the Karratha Falcons outclassed grunted a game Dampier Sharks in a scrappy four quarters of football. The back-and-forth game saw both sides struggle to score in the opening half, with Falcons holding a slim lead 1.5 (11) to 1.2 (8). The Sharks were able to snatch the lead in the third quarter kicking the only goal of the term before the Falcons surged back in the last quarter. The last term was all Falcons with the ball remaining in the home sides half for the entire quarter. Falcons booted 1.4 in the last quarter of the low scoring game to claim the seven point victory. Karratha Falcons defeated Dampier Sharks 2.9 (21) to 2.2 (14).