The Eurobodalla Netball Association has seven new premiers after an exciting day of grand finals at Broulee's Captain Oldrey Park on Saturday, September 7.
Broulee Netball Club was most successful with three grand final wins, followed by the Moruya-Tuross Netball Club with two. The Batemans Bay Waves and Bodalla Netball Club both won one premiership.
The under 10s grand final pitted the undefeated Moruya-Tuross Tacos against the Moruya-Tuross Chipmunks, and the two sides played a heart-stopper.
The two sides stayed close all day, but the Chipmunks did enough to end the Tacos' undefeated season, 13-11.
The under 11s was also a close match, as the first-placed Broulee Bluebelles took on the second-placed Mexican Waves.
The Bluebelles showed why they were undefeated throughout the season, but were still made to work hard by the Waves in an 18-15 win.
The under 12s were up next, and saw an all-Broulee match-up between the Blizzards and the Buzzers.
The Blizzards were the undefeated team in this final, and they finished the job by edging the Buzzers 17-15.
The Moruya-Tuross Mustangs won the club's second premiership in Inters 2, beating the Narooma Comets by 11 goals.
The Mustangs finished the regular season on top of the ladder, and were reasonably comfortable as they breezed past the Comets 38-27.
Inters 1 was the most lopsided game of the day, as the first-placed Barrelling Waves swept past the second-placed Broulee-Moruya Giants 52-25.
The win means the Waves won every game this season by at least 20 goals, with the exception of a 44-40 win over the Giants in the major semi final.
The Bodalla Berries were too good for the Narooma Supernovas in the Senior B grand final, winning by 17 goals.
The Supernovas upset the Broulee Bohemians in last weekend's preliminary final, but they couldn't continue their run, losing 41-24.
The Senior A grand final capped off the day with a clash between last year's winners the Rogue Waves and the up-and-coming Broulee Bananas.
The Bananas proved too strong, capping off a two-loss season with a 26-19 win.
See some of our best photos of the Senior A final in the gallery below.