In their inaugural Horsham District Football Netball League, A Grade season Kaniva-Leeor United's netballers were extremely impressive.
The side finished the season in fourth position with nine wins, just three behind minor premiers Laharum.
Coach Emma Hawker was "extremely happy" with her side's performances.
"It's been fantastic," she said.
"A new side finishing fourth; I'm really proud of the team."
"We're really fortunate and really lucky to have the calibre of players at the club that we do this year. The whole team, I can't fault anything."
Over the year as the side played more games together, Hawker witnessed their team's performances improve.
"It was hard when we had those breaks," she said.
"We definitely noticed after breaks you took a little bit to get back into the swing of things, but that is to be expected. It was brilliant watching the chemistry form."
That "chemistry" is something she hopes the side can enhance further in 2022.
We have a really great, core eight players. Very dynamic and cause it has been a short season we probably haven't been able to realise that full potential of the combinations we have available to us," she said.
"So that's definitely been a weakness of this season."
Hawker was reluctant to single out any of her players as "standouts" rather choosing to refer to her entire side as a "standout team". She is hopeful that she will be able to keep the majority of the side together for 2022, however, is realistic.
"I know there'll be some changes next year, with uni and movements," she said.
"I think even what we have coming up through the ranks and in the grades below, we have the capacity to still have a strong side regardless.
"If I can keep the whole side together it would be a dream."
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