The Blazers started off blazing with newcomer Greg Garner bossing down the left wing, outclassing both PL's mid and defender and throwing in dangerous crosses like a mad Capuchin in a cage. Leading scorer Liam Leece found one and popped it into the net to take the lead.
Five minutes later, Sean Coupar raced down the right wing, showing the Blazers were in fact, ambi-attackers and slotted a ball into the short side.
Prospect responded by getting one, beating star keeper and master beardsman Peter Kayal on a weird bounce on the always interesting Topaz 'grass'.
A substitution was made and normal defender, but all around good guy Lucas Russell was given a shot to play striker for the aging and tired Tony Drolet. Despite suffering from the mother of all Man-colds, it took only minutes and Lucas off a beautiful throw into the 18 from Sean Coupar took the ball, cut tight around a stunned PL defender and unselfishly made the pass to his partner Liam Leece, giving him his second of the day.
3-1 at half.
The second half was all Vic West. Early in the second half Tony Drolet, finding a little bit of youthful exuberance, fired a left-foot screamer into the net to make it 4-1. The crowd murmured their approval.
The fifth tally came after Greg Garner decided he'd had enough fun dominating on the left and general most liked guy on the team Lucas Russell was called upon to play again. Being the end of the year, unsung heroes David 'fancy' Ferguson and Kyle 'the mouth' McMorran were pushed to striker from their posts at center back.
It took a little time for the legion of boom from the backline to show that getting goals is the easy part of soccer. A through ball from Lucas to Kyle was heroically given the dummy treatment by Kyle as he didn't want to dishearten the strikers and played off to Liam Leece to give him his hat trick for the day.
The final tally came from possible year MVP and probably best-looking player Lucas Russell finally found the back of the net. When asked how he pulled it off he responded with 'i'm not sure, I blacked out'.
Final, a blazing 6-1 victory for the Blazers.