Congratulations to the winners of Grades 1, 2, 3 & 4 Pennants for 2019:
NEUTRAL BAY PRESENTED WITH GRADE 1 PENNANT
Tuesday 16 April 2019
Well done to Neutral Bay, who have again won the Grade 1 Pennant. This season’s win makes 15 Grade 1 flags in a row, and 17 in total, for The Bay, with Jenny Palmer having the distinction participating in all of them!!! After playing their final game of the season at Mosman today with the Pennant already “in the bag”, the Neutral Bay ladies were presented with their Pennant Pins and flag by District President, Julie Hayden. The victorious side were also able to show off their new club shirts.
ASQUITH WINS GRADE 2 PENNANT
Asquith went into the last round of Pennants needing a draw or better to claim the flag over their nearest rival, Belrose. The Belrose side managed to score the full 5 points but their hopes were dashed when results from the other venues came in, revealing Asquith had indeed drawn their match against Neutral Bay, putting them one point ahead to win the Pennant. District President Julie Hayden and Vice President Di Tracy had great pleasure in presenting the Asquith side with the Grade 2 Pennant flag and pennant pins on 26 April. Many of the Asquith ladies were on hand to celebrate with the winners and witness the flag raised to fly proudly at the club.
KILLARA WINS GRADE 3 PENNANT
Tuesday 9 April
Well done to Killara on winning the Post-Sectional Play-Off against Lindfield Rollers, to claim the Pennant in Grade 3. Killara had the distinction of having gone through the regular season undefeated, and had an emphatic win today 70-25 to claim the flag. After the game, they were presented with their Pennant Pins and Flag, which will be proudly on display at their club.
BELROSE WINS GRADE 4 PENNANT
Belrose went into Round 10 of the Pennant competition needing a draw, or better, in order to claim the Grade 4 flag outright. Their nearest rivals, Warrawee, had had their Round 3 match postponed earlier in the season because of rain, and would still have had the opportunity to win the flag if Belrose had lost their last game. However, the Belrose ladies had their eyes firmly on the prize and achieved a decisive win against Forestville to leave Warrawee with no chance of catching them. President Julie later made made the presentations to the excited winners — at least three-quarters of whom had never previously won a Pennant or other District event. A large number of Belrose club members turned out to watch as the winning side were presented with their Pennant Pins, and then the flag.