Eastern Eyre Netball | PHOTOS

B grade

Eastern Ranges 64 def Ports 35

Ports started off strong gaining some quick turnovers and their goalies shooting well.

Ranges quickly found their form with timely passes and swift court play taking the lead by nine at quarter time.

Rangers started the second quarter strong with defence Emily Wight and Anna Cant turning over vital passes.

Ranges' delivery down the court to their attack line was too good for Ports leading by 18 at half-time.

Ports started the third quarter strong with goalie Hollie Bammann shooting exceptionally well for Ports.

Darci Wilkshire's debut in wing defence proved another option for Ranges coming into finals with versatility.

Rangers were leading by 23 going into the last.

Ranges kept their quick flowing passes down the court in the fourth with the defence line picking up some loose balls.

Hannah Hoepner and Kelly Smith were delivering in the goal circle with Rangers taking the win by 29.

C2 grade

Eastern Ranges 62 def Ports 31

Eastern Ranges went into the final game before finals looking to cement an undefeated home and away season.

The home side started strong, forcing turnovers to score the first four goals.

Ports settled in with Chloe Little creating options and shooting will to reduce the margin.

It was goal for goal for much of the quarter before Ranges pulled ahead 14-8 at quarter time.

Ranges stepped up in the second quarter, with the goalies working well and Lauren Siviour accurate in the ring.

Cindy Hannemann was taking intercepts in defence and Rachel McDonald was chasing the loose balls.

The wind picked up in the third quarter, as Sophie Dolling came on for Eastern Ranges and made an immediate impact on the scoreboard.

Despite Ports working hard and applying pressure, defenders Ange Harris and Cindy Hannemann were shutting down their goalies well.

In the final quarter, Cindy Hannemann continued a stellar game with great rebound work.

Ranges goalies Nat Roberts and Sophie Dolling were moving well despite the strong defensive work of Margie Phillips.

Ranges took a 31 point win at the end in a culmination of the hard work and dedication the team has shown all season.

E grade

Eastern Ranges 41 def Ports 10

Ranges settled better early in the game with tight defence making goals difficult to come by for Ports.

Ranges capitalised on some intercepts which saw them ahead by five goals at quarter time.

Ports settled better in the second quarter and their goalies worked hard but they were unable to match Ranges' great defensive work and multiple intercepts all over the court, extending the lead to 10 goals.

Ranges dominated the third quarter with consistently great passages of play and accurate shooting.

Both teams had positional changes in the final quarter which resulted in both teams taking a while to settle Ports tried hard but Ranges ran out eventual winners by 31 goals.

Emma Cox was a standout with her accurate shooting, while Hannah Evans impressed with great defensive work in GD and GK.