What a con­test this was

Euroa Gazette - - GRAND FINALS -

IN a fiercely con­tested first quar­ter both teams took some time to set­tle the nerves and not much sep­a­rated the sides at quar­ter time.

Some po­si­tional changes at half time and some superb shoot­ing by Bianca Wil­lis al­lowed the Lak­ers to get out to a 5 goal lead at three quar­ter time.

Katie Sul­li­van led from the front for the Lak­ers and pushed through the heat to play a dom­i­nant role through the mid­court. While Vikki Bester, Rachael Mundy and Mor­gan Zotti worked hard de­fen­sively to limit Tally’s scor­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties.

Strong gusts of wind picked up in the fi­nal term caus­ing havoc for the Lak­ers goalers, while the Tally girls never gave up and tied up the game at 36 a piece in the fi­nal min­utes of the game.

El­iz­a­beth Fuhrmeis­ter pro­vided some fresh legs in the cen­tre for the 14 minute time on and quickly got her hands to some turnovers to help the Lak­ers edge out to a 5 goal lead.

Nagam­bie’s con­sis­tency to con­tinue to per­form un­der pres­sure saw the Laker girls swing the mo­men­tum in their way and take the Pre­mier­ship Cup by 2 goals.

A fan­tas­tic game of net­ball and won­der­ful team ef­fort by the Lak­ers.

Best on court medal went to goaler Bianca Wil­lis.

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