Sharks Netball Club has wrapped up their successful season with five teams securing a spot in the grand final and clinching the title of the most cooperative club for the second consecutive year.
This netball season Sharks Netball Club had 20 teams take the court each Saturday, engaging in 14 weeks of fixtures to compete for a spot in finals.
In a very successful season, eight teams wearing the Sharks colours competed in the first week of finals with Sharks 10 advancing straight into the grand final.
Sharks 1 and Sharks 12 later joined Sharks 10 in the grand final after five teams competed in the second week of finals.
Continuing their undefeated season, Sharks 10 emerged victorious in their grand final with a resounding 46-21 scoreline.
Sharks 1 competed in a high-scoring grand final but fell short by only two points with a score of 49-51.
In another close-scoring game, Sharks 13 went down by three points with a score of 25-22 in a hard-fought encounter.
As a club, Sharks was recognised by the Redlands Netball Association for the second year running as the most cooperative club.
Vice president Sharon was also awarded the most successful member of the RNA for all her time and effort behind the scenes.
Maya Thorne from Sharks 2 was recognised by Netball Queensland and was awarded the Spirit of Netball (Youth) as a result of her dedication and commitment to netball as a player at club and representative level, an umpire and a coach.