WELL-DESERVED: Front row from left, Sarah Bamford, Krystell Harrison, Natalee Brockman, Audrey Gillingham; rear from left, Karen Mills (coach), Alison Schmidt, Hope Secomb, Tanya Hagley, Amy Whitely, Leah Brockman, Nicole Wilson (Captain), Leanne Atwal (manager).
WELL-DESERVED: Front row from left, Sarah Bamford, Krystell Harrison, Natalee Brockman, Audrey Gillingham; rear from left, Karen Mills (coach), Alison Schmidt, Hope Secomb, Tanya Hagley, Amy Whitely, Leah Brockman, Nicole Wilson (Captain), Leanne Atwal (manager).

Six from six, now for State League

ANOTHER championship is coming home to the Coffs Coast with Coffs Harbour taking out the North Coast Regional Netball competition first division.

Against the best netball talent from the region, Coffs went undefeated in the competition's highest division. Intense preparation in the lead-up had the girls confident of their chances.

"We had been preparing for this day for over six months and knew we could compete strongly," Coffs Harbour captain Nicole Wilson said.

"To finish the competition with six wins from six games was a huge achievement.

"It was a fantastic day full of action on and off the court."

Coffs Harbour will now compete at the Inter-region State League to be held at the Anne Clark Centre in Sydney this September.



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