PENRITH District Netball Association completed a bumper winter season with their grand final day at Jamison Park on Saturday.
The association's public relations officer, Kellie Tickner, said it was a hugely successful day and a perfect day for the end of a super season.
There were hundreds of netballers displaying their skills and big crowds turned out for the premiership deciders.
"We had 21 out of a possible 22 clubs represented on the day," Tickner said.
"Erskine Park Eagles had 11 teams playing and they had five teams as premiers.
"The Eagle mascot was very busy on the day flying from court to court to support all their teams."
In other results, in the A1 grand final between Penrith RSL Slammers and St Clair Sinners was won by Penrith RSL.
Most valuable player in the A1 grand final was the RSL goal attack, Georgia Marshall.
Tickner said special mention went to the Allstars club in their first season with the association.
"They had five teams," she said. "Two were premiers, two were runners-up and one other team made the semis.
"That's a great effort for their first year in."
Ticker said the best-dressed supporters' award went to Erskine Park Woodys and Corpus Christi Snowgums.
In other netball news, the clubs are taking registrations for the night competition.
The competition starts on Tuesday, October 8, and continues until early December.