In what was always going to be a tough game against the Leeton-Whitton Crows, the Coleambally under 13s side has gone down fighting in Narrandera.
Meeting the team that had gone undefeated throughout the season, it was always going to be a big ask for the junior Blues.
Coleambally started the game strongly, scoring early on in the piece.
However, the Crows grew into the game and were able to show their skill and class and that proved just too much to defend against.
The girls put in 100 per cent effort all day but ultimately it was not quite enough as they fell 37-15.
The effort and determination showed by Sally Foster throughout the game and the final series as a whole saw her awarded the Junior Blues’ best player.
The club thanked the girls and their coach Kate Jones for a great season of netball and also the supporters for their dedication and encouragement.
Meanwhile the A Reserve team have progressed to the preliminary final after a comfortable win over the Rock.
The Blues started the game, the stronger side and once they got on a roll there was no stopping them as they won the game 58-41.
The young defensive combination of Molly Young, Tessa Evans and Chloe Buchanan were outstanding in reading the play of the opposition which enabled the side to turn the ball over on many occasions and prevent The Rock from getting any sort of momentum in the game.
The girls showed they will be hard to stop as they charge towards the grand final but before that they will be facing off against Charles Sturt University who fell to the Northern Jets 50-35 last time out.
The two sides have been evenly matched all year with the two meetings ending with a win to each team during the home and away season.
The winner of the match-up between the Blues and CSU will face the Jets in the season-deciding grand final.
The A reserve players thanked their dedicated supporters for all of the encouragement they have received so far this season.
The club extended its congratulations to coach Michelle Coldiston. The work put in by the coach and players has been monumental and the club wished them all the best as they push for a grand final appearance.