Thevenard crowned a remarkable Far West Netball Association season by winning a thrilling grand final against Ceduna Blues by seven goals on Saturday.
The Magpies completed the superb achievement of going through the entire campaign unbeaten with their 45-38 success.
Ceduna, who finished third in the regular season, rose to the occasion on grand final day and the teams were evenly matched in the first quarter.
The Blues enjoyed the better of the second term with good finishing in the circle and they were starting to believe they could topple the mighty Magpies.
Yet Thevenard clawed their way back in the third quarter which set the stage for a fascinating final term.
It was the Magpies who were able to pull away as the fourth quarter drew to a close to secure the championship.
Courtney Meier – named the season’s best and fairest runner-up – produced a best on court performance for the Magpies, while Katrina Blums’ shooting was pivotal for the Blues.
Western United celebrated in the B grade with a 59-42 triumph against Thevenard.
The Tigers exacted a measure of revenge on Thevenard to come away with a fine 17-goal win.
Westies had been forced to go down the preliminary finale route after losing by two goals when the teams met in the semi final, but hit back with a great win, including Bron Workman’s powerful goalie performance.
Hannah Nicholls was Western United’s best, while Hayley Williams-Gates played well for Thevenard.
It was the reverse in the C grade as Thevenard got the better of Western United by eight goals.
Westies came into the match on the back of a week’s rest, although it was Thevenard – who finished second on the table – who powered away to secure a 47-39 result.
Ai-Li Kargas’ performance paved the way for the Magpies, with Lee Dunn impressive for Westies.
Thevenard ended the D grade season in triumphant fashion with a 15-goal success against Western United 2.
The Magpies turned their first-place finish into premiership glory as the match ended 39-24.
They were helped by a best on court showing from Taleah Haseldine, while Western United could look to Susannah Jones.
The Junior A title went the way of Western United after a comfortable victory over Thevenard.
Abbie Thomas was the best on court for the Tigers, who roared to a 48-21 result to complete a season in which they lost just once.
Torah Stott led the way for Thevenard.
Western United’s dominant Junior B campaign ended in triumph against Thevenard.
The Tigers reached the grand final following 13 successful matches and were not troubled in the 39-17 victory.
Jessica Crisp-Trowbridge was their most outstanding player, with Poppy Fawcett leading the Thevenard charge.
Koonibba took out the Junior C grand final with a 40-16 win against Thevenard.
The Magpies were no match for Koonibba, who went through the entire season undefeated.
The Roosters’ Tesha Kugena was the best on court, with Zoe McGuinness playing well for Thevenard.