Young Cats are premiers
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.