HORSHAM made it back-to-back Wimmera Netball Association A Grade titles on Saturday with a 42-30 win over Ararat at Davis Park, Nhill.
The Demons led shortly after quarter-time and never looked back, capping off an unblemished season with a well-deserved trophy.
In a grand final replay from last year, Horsham made sure it was the same result as last season’s decider.
Sharpshooter Georgia Duncan won the best on court medal, adding to her best under-21 player gong she won earlier in the week.
Duncan shot a game-high 25 goals, with partner in crime Steph Thomson, 17 goals, also on song.
Tahnee Walker was gallant in defeat for the Rats, continuing her consistent season in goals.
Horsham and Stawell went blow for blow in the B and C Grade grand finals.
The Demons easily accounted for the Warriors 56-33 in the B Grade decider, with goal attack Sheridan Petering named best on court for her 34-goal effort.
But Stawell got its own back in the last game of the day, edging out the Demons 33-29 in a thrilling final to end the season. Centre Bethany Griffiths was the Warriors’ hero and was named best on court.
The junior divisions were dominated by Horsham, which won three of the four trophies on offer.
Warrack Eagles could consider themselves unlucky in the 17 and under grade, going down to the Demons in heartbreaking fashion, 36-35.
Eagle Summer Schultz had a consolation prize, claiming the best on court medal.
Horsham beat cross-town rival Horsham Saints in the 15 and under A and B deciders, 38-19 and 30-20 respectively.
Horsham’s Faith McKenzie and Lily Martin won best on court medals in their respective grades.
Stawell, which won the last trophy on the day, also claimed the first.
The Warriors won 24-21 against Horsham in the 13 and under competition with goalie Daisy Walker named her side’s best.