Despite the Hume League competition fading out before finals, Jindera coach Tegan Vogel said her side will remember the season ending on a high.
The Bulldogs staged an exciting upset in their last game to become the only team to outrun Osborne.
"I'm proud of the girls' efforts, particularly the way we finished our final game," Vogel said.
"I couldn't have asked for a better way to end the home and away season."
She said they'll now focus on retaining momentum for next year.
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"Although it's a shame to miss finals and to wonder what could've been, we're ok with the result as we felt it was inevitable anyway," she said.
"I'm glad the decision has been made as we can now focus on moving forward as a club for 2022.
"We all have a sense that there is some unfinished business, so I look forward to facing next year, with majority of the girls keen to play on."
Jindera finished in second spot, equal on points with Lockhart.
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