Four different netball associations won titles at Albury's annual representative tournament at J.C. King Park on Sunday.
Albury Gold were crowned 17 and under champions after victory against Murray, with Albury's Lily Kelly voted most valuable player.
In the 15 and under championship, Wodonga Maroon pipped Albury Gold by a goal as Wodonga's Alana Foley was named best on court.
The 15 and under reserve was by won Wangaratta against Hume, with Wangaratta goalkeeper Stella Coppolino the standout.
Albury was too strong for Wodonga Maroon in the 13 and under championship, with talented young athlete Kijana McCowan best on court.
Picola and District defeated Albury Blue in the 13 and under reserve, led by a strong performance from Rhani Hendy.
No finals were played in the 11 and under competition.
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Albury Netball Association representative coordinator Leonie Mooney was thrilled to get the tournament completed after it was in serious doubt a week earlier due to the Victorian lockdown.
"The lead up to it was pretty stressful, but we were just happy to get it done. The only thing we didn't get was the weather," she said.
"We stuck to the schedule and got all the games done. We sent everyone home a bit cold and wet, but everyone was really happy that they got the opportunity to play and we got lots of positive feedback.
"It was good to share the winners around and it was good to see Murray in the finals as well.
"We've been waiting to showcase our new facilities here, because we didn't get to do it last year.
"Everyone was impressed with the courts and the facilities and how it all run on the day."
Mooney said the tournament will be a good lead in to the North East Zone Association Championships, scheduled for J.C. King Park on June 27.
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