Harrow-Balmoral have claimed the B Grade netball Horsham District Football Netball League premiership with a win four-goal win against Natimuk United.
The side led from start to end before the game finished 33-29.
Southern Roos coach Janelle Knight was wrapped after the win.
“It’s fantastic,” she said.
“B Grade Harrow-Balmoral haven’t won a premiership in 15 years.
“It doesn’t matter what grade you play because when a group of people get together and win a premiership it's always awesome.”
Harrow-Balmoral jumped out to a 12-7 lead in the first quarter thanks to some strong play across the court.
The good play continued in the second quarter and the Southern Roos side extended its lead.
Support around the court was strong for both sides as the game continued to build.
The scoreline might have been against the Ewes but there was no sign of them holding back.
Knight said he team was not going to let its guard down once it got in front.
“It’s a grand final and they can turn in the blink of an eye,” she said.
“We knew Natimuk would mount a challenge and that’s when nerves can set in.
“We held our head enough to get over the line.”
The 19-11 half-time scoreline turned into a 28-22 by three quarter-time.
The Ewes still refuses to give in and the challenge Knight talked about came.
In the end though it was too late and the Southern Roos held on by four goals to claim the premiership
“I’m really proud of the team,” Knight said.
“All the girls stuck together all year and played for each other.
“We broke it down each week to each game and each quarter so we didn’t look to far ahead.
“And we really just came home well at the end of the day.”
Southern Roos centre Emily Langley was awarded best on court for her performance.