CYMS and Confederates shared the spoils in Orange Hockey Association's top grade grand finals last weekend, with sides facing off in both deciders the former club claimed the women's title and the latter the men's.
The deciders brought the 2019 club season to a thrilling end at Orange Hockey Centre, with CYMS Whittakers defeating Confederates Rebels 3-2 in the women's decider.
Confederates had the wood over CYMS all season and Saturday's grand final was the first time all year the green and golds had knocked the minor premiers off.
CYMS JDM had enjoyed the better of their 2019 showdowns with Confederates Raiders, winning four of them including the major semi-final. It was the latter side that won the big dance though, claiming a 4-2 victory.
Both clubs enjoyed lower grade success too. CYMS Vics claimed the women's third grade title with a 3-2 victory over CYMS AWE in a derby decider, while Confederates Jets won the men's equivalent in a derby grand final as well, they beat Confederates TBH 3-2.
Molong had plenty of reason to smile too after picking up two titles, they won the women's second grade plate by beating Confederates Volts 5-1 and the men's second grade trophy with a 3-2 win over CYMS Gold.
In the women's second and fourth grade grand finals Canobolas AJs and Waratahs Wildcats reigned supreme, hoisting their respective trophies with 2-1 and 1-nil wins over CYMS RPT and CYMS Hogans.
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