The 2020-21 season for the Karratha Water Polo Association finished on Thursday night with four great grand finals and a couple of upsets. In the opening game of the night, the B-grade women began with Trouts going in as favourites over Wahoos. In a close game, Wahoos came out firing holding Trouts scoreless for the first three quarters. Rikki Wann continued her impressive first season scoring two goals and being voted MVP for the grand final. Trouts were able to find some form in the last quarter scoring two goals and keeping Trouts scoreless, however, the defence of Wahoos and a strong game in goals by Talia Galloway held Trouts off with Wahoos having a 3-2 win. In the men’s B-grade, Wahoos beat Trouts 10–6. Wahoos had a strong team game with six individual goal scorers, while Jack Marriott led Trouts with three goals. Cohen Reagan and Andrew Nesbit both chipped in with three goals for Wahoos, while Reagan was named MVP for the B-grade final. In the women’s A-grade game, Krakens went in as favourites over Barracudas, with Krakens winning 13-10. Barracudas played a strong team game with Ashleen McGovern and Sarah Stinten leading the scoring with three goals each, however, Barracudas were unable to stop Simone Fountain and Ebony Hennessy combining for 11 goals. Simone Fountain’s six goals and a dominant display in the pool earned her best and fairest for the game. In the men’s A-grade and the upset of the night, Barracudas men took down Krakens 9-3. Krakens finished on top of the ladder and had the edge over Barracudas in their previous five games, but Barracudas’ team defence rattled Krakens and shut down their outside shooters. Barracudas shared the scoring among six of their players with Tom Miller scoring three and Jake Patten two. Mark Field played a strong game in centre forward. For Krakens, Thomas McKinnon scored two goals in a quiet night by his standards while David Rigby chipped in for one. Bradley Roe in just his second season was MVP for the final playing a strong game in goals for Barracudas.