Around 1700 young basketballers took to Border courts for Wodonga's junior representative tournament on the weekend.
The under-18 girl's division one final saw Wangaratta Warriors take on Wodonga Wolves on Sunday, with the Warriors claiming a 23 point win.
The Warriors also claimed victory in the under-18 boy's defeating Bendigo 49-38.
Wodonga also came close in the under-16 girl's division one grand final going down to Shepparton Gators, while the Wodonga boys just fell short to Bendigo in their tussle.
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In the under-14's division one finals, Wodonga girls defeated Wangaratta 22-13, while Shepparton were too strong for the Wodonga boys.
The under-12 division one girl's title was taken out by CVBA Sparks, while Bendigo defeated Albury in the boy's decider.
Wodonga Basketball administrator Kelly Roffey said it was a great weekend of basketball on the Border.
"Friday night really set the tone for the rest of the weekend with the Border teams playing," Roffey said.
"We're just really looking forward to the state championships in the coming months.
"It's a really good lead in to that."
A group from Lakes Entrance were among the 170 teams to contest the tournament, with the juniors making the journey through bushfire ravaged areas to compete.
Between 70 to 80 referees were also involved in the Border tournament, with many traveling from other regional centres to take part over the three days.