CHAMPS: A grade premiership winning team Hazzards (front, from left) Julia Murphy, Lily Stewart, Codie Brackin, (back) Katie Fenton, Jaimie McMillan, Ashlee Hagan, Aimee Ridge, Jess O’Brien and Bec Burville.
CHAMPS: A grade premiership winning team Hazzards (front, from left) Julia Murphy, Lily Stewart, Codie Brackin, (back) Katie Fenton, Jaimie McMillan, Ashlee Hagan, Aimee Ridge, Jess O’Brien and Bec Burville. Gerard Walsh

Netball double glory an ideal birthday gift for Lily

LILY Stewart celebrated her birthday with two premierships on Monday night when she played for winning Hazzards and Fusion teams in Warwick netball.

She played centre for Fusion in a B-grade win and then wing defence for Hazzards in A-grade.

Stewart wasn't knocked up from playing netball for almost two hours.

"I get fit playing netball," she said.

Hazzards started well in A grade, leading 8-2 at the end of the first quarter against Scots. The second quarter was 8-all and Hazzards maintained a reasonable margin for the rest of the game in a 34-24 victory.

"It helped to have the extra game last week," captain Jess O'Brien said.

"Everyone gave 110 per cent for the team."

Stewart, Julia Murphy and Bec Burville were the three players to win their first premiership as part of Hazzards.

Burville moved from Tewantin to Warwick three years ago and transferred to the Hazzards combination at the start of this season.

"It was great to win a premiership," she said.

Scots player Amelia Cowley admitted Hazzards were really on their game.

"Our team didn't give up," she said.

Teammate Rylie Douglas said Scots had beaten Hazzards earlier in the season.

"It just didn't work out tonight," she said.

Cowley said most of the team were in year 12 and wouldn't be playing next year.

In B grade, Fusion led all the way to beat Starbursts 38-28.

After five years in C-grade, the Top Temps team beat Stylistics 24-23 in the grand final, their first win in four attempts.

They led by one, one and four at the end of the first three quarters.



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