It was a tournament that brought smiles to the faces of many young netballers.
Warrnambool City Netball Association's Christmas Cup grand finals were played on Thursday night.
Koroit 34 defeated South Warrnambool 24 in the 17 and under competition with Saint Greta Gleeson judged best on court.
Saints 52 defeated Russells Creek 10 in the 15 and under competition with Saints' Mia Mills best on court.
South Warrnambool 39 defeated Warriors 5 in the 13 and under decider with the Roosters' Hannah van de Camp best on court.
Lightning 17 defeated South Development 7 in the 12 and under grand final with Lightning's Edith Walsh best on court.
WCNA's Marg Morgan said the association looked forward to offering all its normal netball programs and competitions in 2021.
"Starting with a club challenge for 13 and under, 15 and under and 17 and under and even senior division if clubs are interested," she said.
"This will be no more than a six-week season on Thursday nights to begin at the end of January.
"Junior programs to open for registrations beginning of February which is a totally separate competition to the club challenge and players can play in both of these competitions and even different teams as they are different competitions.
"Senior programs similar time mid-February start.
"Also mixed netball again on Wednesday night to begin February.
"Watch our Facebook page for registrations for all programs.
"Warrnambool City will commence all our registrations to participate in any of our programs online for 2021 onward."
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