Young Cats are pre­miers

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LOCK­ING­TON-BA­MAWM United come out fir­ing as they bat­tled it out Net­ball Club’s un­der 15 team be­came for the win. the 2017 pre­miers on Satur­day. LBU’s pre­vi­ous three matches

The grand fi­nal held at Huntly against Colbo this sea­son had seen against Col­binab­bin was ev­ery­thing it them on the los­ing end by five goals should be, with scores close at quar­ter each time, so the Cats were de­ter­time as only four goals sep­a­rated the mined not to have it hap­pen again. teams. Colbo put up a great fight and

clawed its way back to within four The half time score­board had both goals as the siren sounded, 42-38. teams on 19, in what was prov­ing to be a very ex­cit­ing game. The league’s run­ner-up best and

fairest Ella Roul­ston was awarded best LBU stepped it up a notch in the on court for the fi­nal and coach Kristy third quar­ter to be up by 10 goals. Roul­ston com­mended all the girls on a The fourth quar­ter saw both teams bril­liant sea­son. Lock­ing­ton-Ba­mawm United un­der 15, 2017 premier­ship team. Back (from left) — Kristy Roul­ston (coach), Sarah Jones, Me­lanie McNair, Bri­die Baker, Telia Rorke, Grace Ni­chol­son, Charlee Roul­ston, Lisa Broad (team man­ager); (front) Ella Roul­ston, Ella McPhee, Ge­orgina Byrne and Emily Mitchell.

Col­binab­bin’s un­der 17 play­ers and coaches.

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