BREE Bunyan was hesitant when she first started playing senior hockey, unsure if she could keep up to the level demanded of her.
RUBY Strange moved from a Yaralla netball team at the start of the year to play with her friends at Valleys, and then ended up in a different team anyway.
JOHNNIE-Deshay Ngatai has never played a year of netball without winning a grand final, with her latest conquest a cadet Division 1 championship.
LOUISE Schultz probably shouldn’t have taken the court to play in her netball grand final, but her competitive nature would not allow her to sit out.
REEDE McHugh didn’t think he was going to get the chance to defend his Fittest in the Bay title earlier this month due to the birth of his second child.
PORT City Power’s title hopes were crushed on the weekend, with crippling defence from the Rockhampton Cyclones deciding the QBL grand final series.
LACHLAN Allan’s only problem with the junior football season in 2015 was playing Gladstone teams over and over again.
FOR Madelyn Willey, reaching the grand final of the Queensland Basketball League is only one part of the road to redemption.
KAILA Kirkwood and her teams mates cheered like they had won the grand final, when a 15-9 result in the semi-final had only booked a spot in the grand final.
RAY Willis knows the importance of what he helped the Port City Power do this year, making the play-offs for the first time.