Netball: St Hilda's takes title after beating Waitaki

The winning St Hilda's Collegiate School senior A team of (back row, from left) Lana Morrison ...
The winning St Hilda's Collegiate School senior A team of (back row, from left) Lana Morrison (coach), Paige Cotton, Georgia Heffernan, Mariah Nelson, Kim Paisley, Georgia O'Malley, Lyn Burns (manager), Georgie Bryce (assistant coach) (front row)...
Bayfield High School centre Jessica Mulholland (14) tries to stop Tessa Jorgensen (14), of...
Bayfield High School centre Jessica Mulholland (14) tries to stop Tessa Jorgensen (14), of Kavanagh College, from passing the ball.
Mt Aspiring College centre Holly Wigg (14) looks to move the ball while Emma Cramond (14) of...
Mt Aspiring College centre Holly Wigg (14) looks to move the ball while Emma Cramond (14) of Taieri College defends.

St Hilda's won the senior A title at the Otago secondary school championships in Dunedin yesterday.

St Hilda's won 34-26 in the final against Waitaki Girls' High School at the Edgar Centre. In the third-fourth play-off, Otago Girls' High School beat South Otago 26-13.

In the senior B grade, Roxburgh Area School defeated Lawrence Area School 16-8 and East Otago beat Tokomairiro 23-19 in the third-fourth playoff.

In the intermediate grade for year 10 teams, Taieri College downed Otago Girls' High School 26-16 to win the final and Columba College defeated Wakatipu High School 19-14 in the third-fourth playoff.

The junior grade for year nine teams was won by St Hilda's which beat Columba College 26-23. Taieri College won the third and fourth playoff 18-12 over Wakatipu.

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