The Warwick 12 years representative team won the Darling Downs inter-district netball division one finals at Laidley on Sunday. Pictured are (back from left) coach Helena Fraser, manager Leanne Olsen, coach Nancy De Prada (middle) Jordan-Lee Ryan, Rachel Kraak, Rebecca Lane, Dimity Brackin, Mikayla Rolfe, (front) Sarah Mantova, Meg Eastwell, Laura Neilsen and Leah Blakemore.
The Warwick 12 years representative team won the Darling Downs inter-district netball division one finals at Laidley on Sunday. Pictured are (back from left) coach Helena Fraser, manager Leanne Olsen, coach Nancy De Prada (middle) Jordan-Lee Ryan, Rachel Kraak, Rebecca Lane, Dimity Brackin, Mikayla Rolfe, (front) Sarah Mantova, Meg Eastwell, Laura Neilsen and Leah Blakemore.

Finals hat-trick for girls

WARWICK won three of the divisions in the Darling Downs inter-district netball finals at Laidley on Sunday.

The Warwick 15/16 years team, coached by Lisa Fitzgerald and managed by Julie Ridge, won division two in their age group.

Chenae Ridge was shooter of the final and Denby Watt the best in centre court.

In the 13/14 years age group, Warwick 7 won division one. The side was coached by Belinda Fenton and managed by Carmel Cowley.

Warwick player Emma Bell was shooter of the final in a game won in a tight battle with Dalby.

Warwick qualified for the final with a 19-7 victory against the Warwick 4 team.

In the 11/12 years age group, Warwick won division one after a hard-fought 15-12 grand final victory against Goondiwindi.

Warwick finished on top of the table at the end of the carnival season so went into the finals in first place. In the open division, Warwick was runner-up after going down to Laidley in the final. Susan Hounslow was defender of the final.

All 10 Warwick teams in the competition performed well. Some secured minor placings.



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