Noradjuha-Quantong claimed a B Grade premiership win against Kalkee.
The final scoreboard had the Bombers claiming the title, 34 to 16.
The Bombers were narrowly in front by the end of the first quarter with only one-goal separating the two sides, 8-7.
The team was able to build on its lead during the second quarter. At half time the Bombers were up by five goals, 16-11.
Noradjuha-Quantong coach Chloe Gabbe said smart, steady netball was the key to winning the grand final.
“I told the girls throughout the final series that the key to winning was smart, steady netball – not to force anything and it really showed,” she said.
“With the zone that Kalkee do so well, it meant we had to treasure every ball and everyone did that. There was no pressure because we took care of every single ball.”
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The Bombers were up by four goals at the end of the third quarter.
Gabbe said the team had to adapt their game to suit the conditions on the court.
“We had a practice match down here and it was pretty similar conditions – wet and windy. It was good for us to realise that this does change our game style a bit – it slowed us down but we just treasured the ball,” she said.
The side pushed further out front in its last quarter to take out the premiership by eight-goals.
“The crowd really helped in the last quarter. To hear them, it gave us that extra step to wanting to keep going the whole way. They definitely lifted us in the last five minutes,” said Gabbe.
Katrina Kerr was named best on court.