Bungaree has continued its dominant run in the Central Highlands Netball League’s premier underage competition with a seventh consecutive 17-and-under premiership.
The Demons were too strong for Dunnstown in their final, taking the shield once again 40-29.
In the B-grade grand final Learmonth overpowered Springbank, cruising home to a comfortable 14-goal victory 50-36 to make it back-to-back premierships.
The C-grade netball followed a similar trajectory to the proceeding 17-and-under fixture with Bungaree proving far too strong for the Towners, winning 40-23 to give the Demons their second flag for the afternoon.
Hepburn’s juniors were the stars of the show in the early fixtures, with both the under-13 and under-15 sides taking home the shields.
In the first game of the day the Burra under-13’s put Newlyn to the sword, controlling all four quarters to run home comfortable 28-goal victors 49-21.
The under-15’s were forced to work harder against a determined Buninyong outfit, eventually prevailing 46-37.
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