Parrots claim minor premiership

Leongatha had the bye this round but has done enough to secure first spot on the Gippsland League netball ladder and a bye in the first week of finals.

Drouin recorded a 17-goal win over Bairnsdale and will finish second.

Traralgon had a 23-goal win over Morwell which almost certainly pushes them out of finals contention.

Sale again found some winning form with a 27-goal win over Warragul.

Wonthaggi had a close game against Maffra winning by five and it looks like it will be enough for them to finish in the top five.

B grade

Leongatha remains undefeated after recording a convincing win over Moe on Saturday.

Traralgon lost to Morwell, which gives the Tigers the opportunity to get the double chance in finals if they can have a win against Drouin this weekend.

Drouin defeated Bairnsdale by 14 goals but needs to win to keep the double chance.

Maffra recorded a three-goal win over Wonthaggi which will make it the fifth side to play in finals.

In the final match of the round Sale had a win over Warragul, however the result has no impact on the ladder.

C grade

Top side Traralgon lost to Morwell in a low scoring game but will still finish the home and away season as minor premiers.

Leongatha had a comfortable win over Moe and looks like it will get the double chance in finals.

Bairnsdale had a great win over Drouin and is still a possibility for the double chance if Drouin can defeat Morwell this weekend.

If Morwell wins it will keep the double chance.

In other matches Wonthaggi had a one-goal win over Maffra and Sale had a two-goal win over Warragul.

Under 17s

Traralgon had another comfortable win and looks good coming into finals after defeating Morwell by 44 goals.

Sale boosted its percentage with a 66-goal win over Warragul.

Maffra defeated Wonthaggi, which is in sixth place, but it still has the opportunity to make the top five.

Leongatha can still be knocked out but after round 17’s win over Moe it is sitting in fourth place.

Fifth-placed Bairnsdale had a costly loss to Drouin which might knock it out of the finals.

Under 15s

Traralgon continued its perfect record with a 31-goal win over Morwell.

Sale’s 45-goal win over Warragul means it will get the double chance in finals and will meet Wonthaggi which had a 15-goal win over fourth-placed Maffra.

Drouin rounds out the top five after it recorded a 19-goal win over Bairnsdale.

In the last match of the round, Leongatha defeated Moe by nine goals.

Under 13s

Traralgon has one more round to play and if it can win it will have an undefeated home and away season.

Sale defeated Warragul by 27 goals which signifies the end of finals hopes for Warragul.

Bairnsdale defeated Drouin and secured fifth spot and the end of Drouin’s finals chances.

Wonthaggi had a tighter match with Maffra but was victorious and the win means it will get the double chance for finals.

Moe was too strong for Leongatha but its win will have no impact on finals standings.