The Wickham Wolves have secured a finals berth after demolishing the Karratha Falcons by 86 points in the latest round of the North Pilbara Football League. The Wolves seized control in the opening term on Saturday night at Wickham Oval, booting eight goals to the Falcons’ one to hold a 45-point lead at the first break. It was a quieter second term, with the home side extending their lead by a further three goals while keeping the visitors goalless. A fired-up Falcons tried to rally after half-time, booting two goals and fighting hard to restrict the onslaught from the Wolves but it proved too little, too late. The home side responded in the final quarter, kicking 4.6 to run away with the win in domin-ant fashion. The final score saw the Wickham Wolves defeat Karratha Falcons 17.20 (122) to 5.6 (36). Jack Cheedy led the scoring for the Wolves with five goals, while teammates Tyson Nicholas and Jack Kay kicked three goals each. Falcons’ Rhys Biebrick was the stand-out for his side with three goals. The victory moved the Wolves into third on the ladder, two points clear of the fourth-placed Port Hedland Rovers with two games left to play. The reserves game saw the Falcons overcome a 29-point deficit at half-time to steal a hard fought four point victory. It was all Wolves in the first half with the home side kicking 8.3 to the Falcons 3.4. A four-goal third term saw the Falcons cut the deficit to just 16 points before the visitors were able to overrun the Wolves late in the final quarter to steal the win. The final score was Karratha Falcons 10.8 (68) defeated Wickham Wolves 10.4 (64).