Ceduna Blues United convincingly wins Far West A grade netball premiership

Ceduna Blues United ended a successful season in the best fashion by convincingly winning the Far West Netball Association A grade grand final against Western United at the Far West Aboriginal Sporting Complex on Saturday.

The Blues won the decider by 15 goals as it ended 52-37.

On the losing side in last year's decider, the Blues were determined to make this opportunity count after going through the season having suffered just one defeat.

The first quarter was an intense affair, with mistakes from both sides before Ceduna Blues United settled to take a three-goal lead into the break.

The Blues applied more pressure in the second quarter to cause more turnovers which helped them to a seven-goal advantage at half-time.

Both teams made changes for the third term, however the Blues made the most of their changes to push the lead out to 13 goals by three-quarter time.

The fourth quarter saw Ceduna Blues United players maintain their skill and intensity, winning all four quarters to run out deserving winners.

Best on court for the Blues was Katrina Blums, while Demi Shipard played well for the Tigers.

It was closer in the B grade decider as Ceduna Blues United got the better of Western United by four goals.

The Blues came away with a fine 33-29 result.

Having dominated during the regular season, the Tigers fell when the sides met earlier in the finals and the Blues had the formula again to take the title.

Tegan Genrich led for the Blues, with Westies' player Chloe Carr doing well.

Ceduna Blues United also got over the line in the C grade, defeating Western United by seven goals.

The Blues triumphed in an exciting and high-scoring contest which ended 49-42.

Cobie Polman-Short was the best on court for the victors, while Sharnie Mahar did her part for the Tigers.

Westies came into the match with a single defeat to their name all season, however the Blues - who finished a distant third - came up with the goods on grand final day to celebrate.

There was joy for Western United in the D grade thanks to a commanding win over Ceduna Blues United.

The Tigers ensured they went home with one premiership after a 32-goal win.

A battle between the season's best two sides, the Blues had won in the semi final but could not repeat the feat as Western United proved too good to win 64-32.

Katrina Thomas was Westies' best player and Nicole Ettridge played well for the Blues.

Koonibba dominated the junior divisions, including a thrilling Junior A win against Western United.

The Roosters won by a single goal in a 35-34 result.

Having finished third after 12 rounds, Koonibba put it together in the finals' series with three victories to take home the premiership.

Jakotah Ware led the Roosters, while Java Shipard played well for Western United.

It was more comfortable in the Junior B as Koonibba defeated Western United 45-21.

The 24-goal victory capped a perfect season for the Roosters.

Mollena Peel was their best player, while Zara Harding impressed for the Tigers.

The all-Roosters affair in the Junior C grand final went the way of Koonibba 1 by 22 goals.

Koonibba 1 capped a fine finals run with the 39-17 win against Koonibba 2.

Best on court for the victors was Kailee Colbung-Ware, while Kaianne Colbung-Ware played well for Koonibba 2.