Euroa girls finish up their history-making inaugural season
parton Notre were off to a flying start as they won the toss and took full advantage of the blustery weather.
The ascendency of the Bears in the first quarter ensured they took full control of the game as the Euroa girls struggled against their slick ball skills and the conditions.
The dominance of the top-placed side was too great for the Euroa girls who were valiant in their endeavours to play out the game for the remaining three quarters.
Although a big defeat played out, the girls rallied around each other and had a good old fashioned slide in the mud to cap off their last game for the season and walked off the ground arm in arm, full of smiles and laughs.
However, this article isn’t about what unfolded on the ground on a Sunday afternoon in August; it’s about the girls who have pulled on the black and white stripes for the first time this season.
This has been an achievement that they should be extremely proud of because their club and the wider community are proud of them and their efforts this season.
There is nothing more courageous than stepping into the unknown and trying something brand new, especially in a sport that is traditionally dominated by their male counterparts, but these girls and their families made it happen and made it their own.
Their endeavour to improve each week, their willingness to learn and their resilience throughout the season has been incredible and an absolute joy to be involved in.
Lookout season 2018, these girls are ready.
‘Til next year, go Pies.