Hills Solicitors extracted some sort of revenge for their defeat to HVE Transport in the 2011 decider with a 52-45 victory on Saturday.
The grand final loss was Hills only defeat of last season and they continued that kind of form with their third win from as many starts in 2012.
Hills Solicitors captain Mel Morris said that her side was just happy to pick up the competition points.
“Last year’s grand final result, its always in the back of your mind obviously,” Morris said.
“But it’s a clean slate in 2012, they have a different side and we have a couple of new ones as well. But yeah I was definitely happy with the result and the way we played as well.”
Morris didn’t want to single out any of her teammates, instead choosing to focus on a solid team performance.
“We all put in each week and give 100 per cent,” Morris said.
“Everyone who took a position on the weekend did their job, we just go out there and have fun and try to play good netball.”
Morris felt the result was a fair one, which saw Hills Solicitors maintain their place at the top of the table.
“We were in control for most of the game, they clawed their way back because of a couple of turn overs,” Morris said.
Hills face another tough opponent next weekend when they take on Family Hotel.
“We need to keep the momentum going, though next week we have the Family Hotel and that’ll still be a tough game,” Morris said.
In other results on Saturday, Hano’s HVE defeated Lantry Plumbing 43-24, Family Hotel squeezed home against Queen’s Arms 40-36 and the George Tavern were too good for the Coalfield Comets, running out 52-29 winners.