Billabong Crows hungry to continue hot streak in Hume netball grand final

Crows' coach Beck O'Connell has been on fire during the finals.

Crows' coach Beck O'Connell has been on fire during the finals.

BILLABONG Crows will be out to complete a fairytale finish to the season when they take on undefeated Brock-Burrum in Saturday’s A-grade netball decider.

After finishing the home and away series in fourth spot, the Crows have comfortably defeated Howlong, CDHBU and Rand-Walbundrie-Walla to earn a shot at the favourites.

“We’ve come good at the right time of the season,” coach Beck O’Connell said.

“During the season we only actually had three of our nine A-graders commit for the entire season due to various reasons.

“Everyone is available at the moment and we have lots of combinations.

“It’s exciting, but Brock-Burrum is going to be tough.”

O’Connell, who last played in a flag for Wodonga in 2002, has played the entire season with Rikki Robb and Paige Moloney.

Brock-Burrum last lost a match in last year’s grand final and will look to Lauren Kerrins and Janna Tait for big performances.