Wickliffe-Lake Bolac was simply outplayed in its 17-and-under grand final against Moyston-Willaura on Saturday.
Wet weather made for slippery courts at Alexandra Oval, but the Pumas had no issues adjusting to the tough conditions, starting the better of the two teams.
They broke away to lead 11-6 at the first break, a lead they held on to for the remainder of the game.
The Magpies tried their best to keep up with the Pumas but the margin continued to extend as the game went on.
“Every quarter we were able to up our intensity which was a key focus,” Pumas coach Mel Beal said.
Wickliffe-Lake Bolac won the final term by one-goal but the margin was too far gone to be able to reel the Pumas, with the final score finishing at 29-19 in favour of Moyston-Willaura.
“They put everything we have worked on all season long into practice. It all flowed really well and as a coach I couldn’t be happier with my team,” Beal said.
Moyston-Willaura defender Kirsty Skubnik had a strong game recognised, winning the medal for best on court.
Skubnik and the Pumas defence did a good job on the strong Magpies attack, keeping them to a shooting accuracy of 52 per cent for the game.
The Magpies had just three less shots at goal than the Pumas but could not convert as well.
It was a big day for the Pumas, winning three premierships overall.
“It has been a great year for our club and team, I couldn’t be prouder,” Beal said.