LAKE Cathie and Tacking Point Public School have progressed to the next stage of the Netball NSW Schools Cup.
Cathie went through undefeated in the year 5-6 girls division while Tacking Point won their final three games of the day after they started with a win and a draw.
Lake Cathie coach Hayley McCleary was thrilled with the performance of her side who will now appear in the regional finals for the first time.
"We beat SCAS 15-3 in the final and it's the first time we have gone through the tournament undefeated," she said.
"When we first established the school in 2015 we had a couple of netball teams and got some of the girls motivated. The girls we have now were in year two when they first started playing.
"Now they've been playing every year."
Lily Fellowes, Lexi Puttick, Charli Collins, Hayley Austin and Tiarna Mitchell were all impressive.
"Some of the girls have been playing together for a while so they feed the ball to each other pretty easily," McCleary said.
Meanwhile, Tacking Point Public School overpowered St Peters Public School in the other final with a 10-3 victory.
Coach Danielle Bussell said they only held a two-goal advantage at the break.
"We've only had one training session so for them to come together, play five games and then win the game of the day was really pleasing," she said.
"It was the one game where they were most in-sync with each other."
Both schools will now progress to the regional competition which will be held in Port Macquarie on July 27.
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