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Ren­nie 53 de­feated Mathoura 35.

A per­fect way to fin­ish off 2018 with the girls play­ing a great team game.

Mya Bye played her best game of the sea­son and with her strong leads, care­fully thought out passes and tight de­fen­sive pres­sure.

Nat Har­ris dom­i­nated in the cen­tre all day and qual­ity de­ci­sion mak­ing helped cre­ate beau­ti­ful pas­sages of play.

Brylee McCarty played an­other strong game in GA dom­i­nat­ing the ring and her goals were on fire. Cather­ine Shaw stepped up in WD and ap­plied su­pe­rior pres­sure lead­ing in many turn overs.

A huge thank you to all the girls this year who have been part of the ever chang­ing, ever grow­ing A grade.

An­other year of de­vel­op­ing ju­niors and learn­ing on the court.

The coaches are proud of how you’ve learnt and grown and again, miss­ing out on fi­nals by per­cent­age. Look­ing for­ward to see­ing you all on the court next year and best of luck to the A grade girls who start their U17s fi­nals run.

Awards: Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel – Mya Bye, Bella Pelle – Nat Har­ris, The Naked Tree - Brylee McCarty and Bal­ance Spin Stu­dio – Cather­ine Shaw.

Ren­nie 39 de­feated Mathoura 33.

In the fi­nal round the B Grade team played a very hard and con­sis­tent game.

Lead­ing all day, the girls sure showed that they be­long in fi­nals.

Ev­ery mem­ber of the team has con­trib­uted to the suc­cess that they have had this year and come into fi­nals as un­der dogs.

A great game to watch.

You all played a spir­ited game for the fi­nal game of the home and away sea­son.

Now to pre­pare and look for­ward to the fi­nals cam­paign.

Awards: Burke’s Ho­tel – Leah Rowe, Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel – Kristy Mc­Dougall, Mul­wala Bak­ery – Ge­or­gia Hope, and Judd’s Mens­land – Jess West­wood.

Ren­nie 27 de­feated by Mathoura 39.

First of all, what a great game you all played to­day, you all tried your hard­est by putting your bod­ies on the line with just seven play­ers for the day (thanks to Jaz for sit­ting on the bench).

As the last game for C Grade drew closer Ren­nie knew they were to play 2nd on lad­der and were pre­pared to give it their best and have some fun.

But boy did the Hop­pers take it to them only los­ing by eight goals in the end.

Tremen­dous run­ning all game by Kacey, she never fails to give 100% and Steph in de­fense gave a solid game with her amaz­ing three feet.

After Te­gan left a hole in the con­crete fol­low­ing a spec­tac­u­lar tum­ble, the game was com­ing to an end with the rest of the sea­son fol­low­ing.

What an amaz­ing bunch of ladies the Hop­pers have had all year.

Con­grat­u­la­tions C Grade on coura­geous sea­son after many in­juries and in­ter­rup­tions.

Awards: Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel – Steph Hayes, Mul­wala Bak­ery – Kacey Kindred, Judd’s Mens­land – Kaedi Spear and Ac­tion Bike & Ski – Eden Mack­in­non.

Ren­nie 18 de­feated by Mathoura 45.

In less than ideal net­ball con­di­tions, the girls came out with some con­fi­dence with many turnovers cre­ated al­though some poor passes en­abled Mathoura to come up with the goods.

Zoe shared the goal cir­cle with Alainah and Jas­mine which was much more open with move­ment this week.

Mad­die had a good run in WA with some great feeds and po­si­tion­ing on the ring.

M and M tried their hearts out again this week with more ac­cu­rate shoot­ing and were de­ter­mined to keep pos­i­tive.

Shani was able to draw some con­tacts, which cre­ated some turnovers.

The girls now look for­ward to fi­nals with a meet­ing with Blighty who they were able to win against in try­ing con­di­tions.

With pos­i­tiv­ity, team­work and en­cour­age­ment who knows how far they will go in fi­nals.

Awards: Mul­wala Bak­ery – Jas­mine Burns, Bella Femme Ness – Mad­die Dock­ing, Thyme for Cof­fee – Emma Ches­sells and Yarra Hot Bread – Alainah Bye.

Ren­nie 62 de­feated Mathoura 30.

Step­ping on to the court one last time be­fore fi­nals had the Ren­nie 17s fired up against Mathoura.

Al­though it was a slow and quiet start against the Tim­ber­cut­ters, the girls main­tained a strong lead ahead.

It was in the third quar­ter that the girls started us­ing their voice and proved how they work as a team.

Strong drives and ex­cel­lent pres­sure, set up for some amaz­ing pas­sages of play.

The Hop­pers need to con­tinue to work hard com­ing into fi­nals as they face up against stronger teams.

Awards: Judd’s Mens­land – Chelsea Beavis, Mul­wala Bak­ery – Hay­ley Big­ger, La Porchetta – So­phie James and La Porchetta – Emily Coghill.

Ren­nie 41 de­feated Mathoura 13.

The girls re­ally stepped it up this week right across the court, with strength in de­fence, which flowed on through the mid court to the shoot­ers who shot amaz­ingly.

Great game girls to come into fi­nals with a very con­vinc­ing win.

Awards: Arnold/Hall Fam­ily Award – Jac­inta Beavis, Mul­wala Bak­ery – Chloe Forge, Yarra Fish’N’Chips and Natalie Beggs and McDon­ald’s – Brooke Big­ger.

Ren­nie 36 de­feated Mathoura 6.

What an awe­some game to end the home and away sea­son. An­other win to call the Hop­pers.

The girls worked hard this week to im­prove for last week’s ef­fort; and it’s pay­ing off.

The coaches are proud of the way ev­ery sin­gle girl played, with no one drop­ping their heads and con­tin­u­ing to put up de­fen­sive pres­sure. Bring on fi­nals.

Awards: Mul­wala Bak­ery – Char­lotte Bott, Red­back Waste – Abbey Coghill, The Athenaeum – Ella Rhodes and McDon­ald’s – Mia Do­herty.

It’s been an en­joy­able year for the Un­der 11s team. Con­sist­ing of 14 very ea­ger young girls want­ing to learn and play net­ball.

All the girls played their ab­so­lute best game of net­ball to fin­ish the home and away sea­son.

A mas­sive thank you to co-coach Lexie Nolen who helped coach and train the girls and to all the par­ents who were there ev­ery Satur­day help­ing on the side­lines and en­cour­ag­ing both the girls and the op­po­nents.

Awards: Arnold/Hall Fam­ily Award – So­phie Coghill, Mul­wala Bak­ery – Laynee Rhodes, Court­yard Café – Lucy Bas­sett and McDon­ald’s – Lil­lie Hall.

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