Calivil wins minor premiership in LVNL

Bridgewater wing Bree Hayes.

Bridgewater wing Bree Hayes.

CALIVIL United won the Loddon Valley Netball League's minor premiership, after ending the home and away season with a win against Bridgewater. 

Calivil only lost one game and drew another in its 2014 season, finishing on top of the ladder. 

On the weekend, Calivil won 44 to 30 against the fifth-placed Bridgewater. 

Captain Christie Rogers said it was great to end the season on a high note. 

"It was actually a pretty tight first half and then we were able to build in the second half," she said. 

Rogers said defenders Lauren Rogers and Teigan Redwood played impressive games. 

"We had a lot of defensive intercepts which allowed us to have a lot more chances to score," she said. 

Calivil will now have the week off before playing the winner of either YCW or Mitiamo.

The Roos scored an upset win over the Eagles in its final game of the season, winning by a goal. 

The final score was 42 to 41. 

Pyramid Hill coach Kirby Mann was proud of her A-grade team after it secured a finals berth by defeating Inglewood. 

The Bulldogs won 57 to 27. 

"We tried a few different combinations to prepare for the finals," Mann said. 

"It is good to have that versatility on court."

Mann said her team was looking forward to the challenge of playing finals. 

"Anything can happen when you play finals, we are in with a chance," she said. 

"The competition is so tight this season. The girls are really excited, it should be a good game."

Pyramid Hill will now play Bridgewater in the elimination final. 

In the final game of the regular season, Newbridge defeated Marong 48 to 40. 

Bears-Lagoon Serpentine had the bye. 

Meanwhile in the first week of the Heathcote and District Netball Association finals, Colbinabbin had a strong win against White Hills in the qualifying final. 

After leading by just seven goals at the main break, the Grasshoppers were able to edge further in-front in the second half. 

The final score was 58 to 30. 

In the elimination final Mount Pleasant held off Lockington Bamawm United on Sunday afternoon. 

Mounts won 30 goals to 24 to progress through to the next round.

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