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Intense finals end season on high note

The 2020 season of the Busselton Hockey Association wrapped up over the weekend, with the finals series showcasing fast and intense games in wintry conditions.

Saturday’s line-up began with the Margaret River 6-8 boys going head-to-head with Wests and winning, 7-0.

Countrys 6-8 girls triumphed in their clash against Margs, 2-0.

Robins 9-12 girls placed ahead of Countrys, 6-4 when the match was taken to one-on-ones. In the same age category, Wests boys beat Margs 6-0 in a fast-paced match.

Senior men’s Wests won an intense match against Countrys, 2-1.

The Wests senior women fought hard to beat Margaret River, 2-0. The South West League men ended the finals series with a tight Bunbury win over reigning premiers, Boyanup, 6-5.

More pictures:

Junior female club person award winner Cloe Heslewood with life member Julie White.
Camera IconJunior female club person award winner Cloe Heslewood with life member Julie White. Credit: Supplied;Busselton Dunsborough Times/Supplied;Busselton Dunsborough Times
boys 6-8s fairest and best Oscar Male with girls 6-8s fairest and best Olivia Brown
Camera Iconboys 6-8s fairest and best Oscar Male with girls 6-8s fairest and best Olivia Brown
Club president Wally Lord with Conor Callow and Henry Gorta.
Camera IconClub president Wally Lord with Conor Callow and Henry Gorta.
Junior umpire of the year Conor Callow with life member Julie White.
Camera IconJunior umpire of the year Conor Callow with life member Julie White.
Life member Julie White with Girls 9-12s fairest and best Ellie Samsa.
Camera IconLife member Julie White with Girls 9-12s fairest and best Ellie Samsa.

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