LEETON may not have gotten the result they were after in Sunday's grand final, but coach Paul McGregor said its still a season his team can be proud of.
The Greens went down in the premiership match 12-4 against Yanco-Wamoon, but the side can hold their head high.
At the start of the season many of the team members were new to the game or the club, so it was a puzzle that took McGregor several weeks to solve when it came to getting the proper combinations in place on the field.
"We were obviously really disappointed on Sunday," McGregor said.
"The result didn't go our way and I've looked back and thought maybe there were some things I should have done differently as a coach.
"But at the end of the day it's just footy and it just wasn't our day."
McGregor said he was proud of his side for continually pushing all season to be a threat and said their efforts during the finals series were impressive.
"The girls worked hard all year and I'm really proud of them," he said.
"Hopefully they stick together and go one better next year."
McGregor isn't sure if he will coach the side next season, but believes the girls have the talents to bring home the premiership in 2020, which is the club's centenary year.
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