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Winter Metropolitan Finals Wrap Up

 
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​The Open Netball team were unable to successfully open their met finals account, losing to Woodridge SHS by just four points in the quarter finals. An unfortunate result, with the team struggling to play at their usually high standard. However, they still walk away with a Bayside District premiership after an undefeated inter-school sport season, which is something to be immensely proud of.

Our Open Girls Basketball team, having once again claimed the Bayside District Premiership, went into the Metropolitan finals chasing a historic fourth championship. The campaign began well, comfortably accounting for Marsden SHS in the quarter finals by over 10 points. The semi-final was always going to be an epic battle, given the opponent in the form of Runcorn SHS. These two teams have played some incredibly close games in the past with our girls defeating them twice in met finals games by the smallest of margins. Unfortunately, on this occasion the Victoria Point SHS team was on the wrong end of the score by just one point, despite a miracle three point attempt on the siren, which went in the hoop only to roll back out. Given the history of these two teams, it was widely considered that the winner of this game would go on and claim victory in the grand final, which Runcorn SHS went on to achieve easily. It was certainly a difficult defeat to experience for the girls but they can hold their heads up high for the way they conducted themselves. They are to be congratulated on all their wonderful achievements over the past five years as a three-time Metropolitan Championship winning team.

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Last reviewed 19 December 2019
Last updated 19 December 2019