WAGGA Tigers' A Reserve grade team ensured the club did not go without success on the netball court with a grand final win at Robertson Oval on Saturday.
Tigers upstaged Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes 31-28 to get the club a netball premiership to go along with the club's first grade football win.
The scores were locked together at 27 apiece late in the grand final but it was Tigers who were able to find another gear to get home in a thriller.
It was quite the upset after MCUE enjoyed big wins during the year.
Seventeen-year-old Tigers captain and goal attack Eliza Kelly won best on court and was thrilled to lead her team to a premiership in a close one.
"It was very intense the whole game, like only one or two in it the whole time. Everyone was really wanting it and the defence really brought it home for us," Kelly said.
"We just wanted it so bad. We put in the effort and lifted our intensity."
Meantime, Turvey Park enjoyed grand final day success in the lower grade netball.
Turvey Park's B grade team won their grand final with a 25-19 victory over Osborne.
Jessica Howe was best on court.
That win made the Bulldogs two from two after the earlier success of their C grade team with a 37-27 win over Wagga Tigers.
Savannah Bowman was best on court.
Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong won the under 17.5 premiership with a 33-30 win over Osborne. Abby Hamblin was named best on court in the win.