The Australian Country women's hockey team finished their tour of New Zealand off well in what was Beechworth's Georgia McCormick's last time out on the field.
The Albury-Wodonga hockey export is set to put her playing career aside due to concussion injuries.
McCormick played through the Eastern State Clash series alongside fellow Albury-Wodonga hockey export Sam Daly, who captained the Australian Country team.
The Wattles played their final games of the tour in Auckland against the Auckland under-21's, winning their first encounter 3-1.
Wattles coach Wally Gaynor said he was pleased with his sides persistence, support for each other and the ability to deal with the demanding match schedules.
A number of Wattles players were ruled out due to injuries.
The Wattles took a strong early start in the tour, with wins against Capital's under-21's side and Hawkes Bay.
Captain Daly, was impressed with the way the newly formed side gelled together so early, with players coming from all over country Australia to represent the team.
The Wattles also had wins against the NZ Maori Hockey Association in Rotarua for a double header, winning both games 2-1 and 6-4.
"We also had the opportunity to attend a traditional dinner with the Maori teams and learn more about their culture," Daly said.
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