LEETON-WHITTON will no longer have a chance to make this year's A grade finals.
The Crows had last weekend off with the club bye, but after Griffith defeated Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong, it means the team no longer has a chance of making the top five and the finals series.
However, the side will still be aiming to go out on a positive note, when they take on the Lions this weekend and Coolamon in the last round.
"This year was a development year, but it would have been a bonus if we made the finals," co-coach Beck McCallum said.
"We have quite a bit of youth in our side and their improvement throughout the season has been amazing.
"The majority of the season saw us not playing to our full potential as we could not field our full side.
"These are very talented girls and we did prove we had what it takes by pushing a couple of the top three sides."
The goal for the last two rounds will be to continue playing competitive netball.
"We need to focus on playing our brand of netball and play a consistent team game, which has proven to work in our favour previously," McCallum said.
This weekend will be Leeton-Whitton's final match on their home ground for the season.
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