COLBINABBIN may have fallen one game short in the Heathcote District Football Netball League senior football, but the club wasn’t going home quietly in the reserves grand final on Saturday.
The Grasshoppers booted 13 goals and never looked worried by White Hills en route to a 47-point victory that saw the reserves flag end up in their hands.
Samuel Hill and Stephen Tuohey both booted four goals, while Hugh Barlow was best on ground for the Hoppers. Netball The Hoppers A grade netball side’s incredible run in the HDNL came to an end on Saturday.
After a dominant few seasons, the girls suffered a heart-breaking two-goal loss at the hands of White Hills.
In the under 17s, the Hoppers were also unlucky to strike for the premiership.
The team fell to Elmore by seven goals in a tough contest.
But the under 15s were able to provide some relief for the netball side of the club, beating White Hills by a single goal to claim the premiership.
Colbinabbin reserves players celebrate their grand final win over White Hills.