Grand final redemption
SCARBOROUGH Netball Club had a 19-goal turnaround to win the Perth Netball Association senior division one premiership against City Beach last Saturday.
Reigning premiers City Beach and Scarborough fought it out in the grand final for the fourth consecutive year, with the former winning two of the past three premierships.
City Beach took a fourpoint first quarter lead to nine at half-time but Scarborough made a comeback in the third quarter with a two-point lead going into the final quarter.
Scarborough’s 10-point win was one of seven premierships the Doubleview Primary School-based club won on the day.
Scarborough centre court player Cathy English won the senior division one Robyn Somers MVP trophy and the team also scored the most number of goals in the Association this year.
In the junior division one competition, Classics beat Methodist Ladies’ College 49-39, reversing last year’s grand final outcome.
Caitlyn Brown from Classics was the junior division one MVP.
Classics also won the Year 7-8 division one grand final against City Beach, with the final score 41-38.
City Beach’s Charlotte Baddeley was named MVP.
Junior division one premiers Classics.