Some of the region's best young netballers are gearing up for a crack at a premiership.
17 AND UNDER
It's sure to be a thrilling contest when Taylors Lake and Harrow-Balmoral clash in Saturday's grand final.
The Lakers came from behind to beat the Southern Roos by one goal in the semi-final a fortnight ago.
"You never know what you're gonna get, they all come out and play a different game when it comes to finals. As long as they all enjoy themselves that's what matters," Lakers coach Michelle Wilde said.
Harrow-Balmoral netball director Kylie McLure said it would be a close affair.
"The semi-final was a heart racer. It is going to be a really really good game it could go either way," she said.
15 AND UNDER
Taylors Lake will be hoping to atone for last season's grand final heartbreak when it meets Pimpinio.
The Lakers lost to Kalkee by five goals in last season's showcase fixture, and coach Tammy McDonald said the group was eager to have another crack at the flag.
"There's definitely some excitement there. For some of the girls it's their third grand final in a row," she said.
The Tigers beat the Lakers by 27 goals in the semi-final.
Pimpinio netball director Mollie Hamilton said it would be a special occasion.
"It's a great achievement and its something they'll remember for the rest of their lives. They're very excited and a little nervous," she said.
13 AND UNDER
Pimpinio will be looking to claim back-to-back premierships when it takes on Harrow-Balmoral.
The Tigers have had a flawless season and netball director Mollie Hamilton said there was a special feeling among the group.
"They're yet to lose a game this season, so a few of them are a little bit nervous about that," she said.
Harrow-Balmoral netball director Kylie McLure said the grand final would be a good experience.
"It's especially exciting for the young under 13's," she said. "So it's all a good experience for the young girls."
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