A last-minute goal from the boot of Kaden Elliott helped Narrogin Hawks secure a finals berth in a gripping finish to the Upper Great Southern Football League regular season at Clayton Road Oval on Sunday. The Hawks and Boddington were locked together on points heading into their round seven clash, but the home side won a thriller by five points to keep their season alive. Trailing by a sole point in the final minute, the Hawks needed a hero and Elliott stepped up to end the Eagles’ season. Elliott picked up the ball and snapped towards goal for his second major of the day and secured the pivotal victory. Four final-term goals helped the Hawks run over the top of the reigning premiers after trailing by seven points at the last change. The Hawks won 10.9 (69) to 9.10 (64) and now face Wagin in the elimination first semifinal at Boddington this Sunday. Both sides booted two goals in the first term before the Hawks erased a one-point deficit and turned it into an eight-point advantage by the main change. The Eagles were desperate to keep their season alive and kicked five goals to two in the third term but they were unable to hold off a rampaging Hawks outfit. Full-forward Mason Hill returned from injury and booted three goals in the win, while Elliott and Jack Walsh booted two each. Blake Heil, Perrin Quartermaine, Jack Lambert, Alistair Smith and Gavin Reynolds were all important in the Hawks’ win. The Eagles were best served by Nathan Introvinge, Alek Oliver, Matt White and Michael Humble, but their bid for a premiership three-peat is over.