It was a mixed bag for the Coleambally Blues on Saturday as their netball sides faced off against Northern Jets.
The A Grade side booked a spot in the finals with a 59-42 victory over the Jets.
The Blues worked hard in a tight game, with Caryn Deaton and Maddie Mannes leading the way in defence.
The A Reserve team displayed some impressive passages of play but were unable to keep up with the Jets, going down 62-40.
Sally Foster showed how effective she can be in defence and took home both of the playing awards.
The B Grade side combined well for some stints of play but were out played by the Jets, going down 57-24.
Grace Lyell played a steady game in the centre court and was awarded the player's players mug, with Danielle Mannes receiving the Brolga Voucher for her efforts in shooting positions.
Improvement continues to take place for the C Grade side, going down by 4 goals in a 34-30 defeat.
While all girls put in a great effort, Kendra Wilson was voted as player's player with Natalia Burgess receiving the Brolga voucher.
The under 11s continue to demonstrate great development in their skills and understanding of the game, claiming a 29-1 win.
The under 13s took a determined 24-20 win over the Jets. Michalla Bright played a strong game through the centre court and was named player's player while Regan Cullen played an efficient role on the wing to feed her shooter and was rewarded with the Hi Trac award.
A good win was earned by the under 15s, with the girls being pleased with their 38-20 victory. Lily Painting was the recipient of the Hi Trac award with Izzy Bernett voted player's player.
The senior teams travel to Marrar to play the Bombers on Saturday, while the juniors travel to Griffith for their last game of the season on Sunday.