Warwick player Toni Cox with her three shirts for the Toowoomba hockey finals, two for Warwick and one for Past High.
Warwick player Toni Cox with her three shirts for the Toowoomba hockey finals, two for Warwick and one for Past High. Bianca Fitch

Toni lines up hat-trick

WARWICK hockey player Toni Cox has the chance to win a rare three premierships in one season in one sport.

She plays in three teams in Toowoomba fixtures after her Warwick veteran's and A3 women's teams won major semi-finals more than a week ago to qualify for the grand finals.

On Friday night, Cox made it three grand finals when she was one of seven Warwick players in the Past High A2 women's team which drew 1-all with Norths in the preliminary final.

Due to the draw, Past High automatically qualified for the grand final as it was higher on the points table at the end of the season.

Cox is Past High A2 captain and paid tribute to Jodie Olsen who played strongly in a roving fullback role despite a dislocated finger.

Grand final action for Cox starts at 7pm Thursday when the Warwick veteran's play Past High in the grand final.

She then lines up in the Warwick A3 side in the 11.15am Saturday grand final and for Past High at 1pm in A2. Both games are against Rangeville.

Cox, Rachael Inmon and goalie Kerri Fitch are the three Warwick players involved in both A3 and A2 grand finals.

"It is exciting to play in three grand final, I am hoping to come away with a trifecta," Cox said.

"I am playing in three competitions to improve my skill and fitness to prepare for the veteran's nationals."



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