OLIVIA Liberale and her Shoalhaven Netball Association under 15s netball side have just returned from completing the perfect weekend at Camden.
Liberale's side won all 18 of their matches, over just three days, on their way to taking out the NSW under 15s division three state title.
The team, which contained Caitlin Beck, Lily Blackman, Shania Campbell-Cooper, Caitlyn Freeman, Isabel Goodwin, Georgia Hamaty, Emma Keane, Eva Mackay, Hannah Nosavan and Kayla Rayes, opened their tournament with a 25-10 win against Dubbo on Saturday.
This victory was followed by wins against Sapphire Coast (36-12), Casino (49-15), Inverell (27-21), Nelson Bay (27-18) and Lower Clarence (32-15), to complete a perfect Saturday.
Sunday began with a tight 27-25 win against Tumut, which was followed by wins against Great Lakes (29-16), Queanbeyan (301-4), Tamworth (18-13), Woolgoolga District (38-17), Leeton (32-11) and Southern Highlands (23-18).
Shoalhaven, which also had Sean Gray, Jaimie McLean and Belinda Liberale on the staff, then set about bringing home the state title on Monday - starting with a 27-19 win against Muswellbrook.
They edged close to the title with wins against Singleton (30-10), Port Stephens (33-11) and local rivals Kiama (28-14).
The title was secured with a final round victory against Mudgee District 40-15 - with Nelson Bay finishing second.
Shoalhaven had two other teams in action at the weekend, with their open women and under 17 girls playing at Campbelltown.
The open women finished their division two competition with 11 wins, one draw and nine defeats, while the under 17s recorded one win, one draw and 17 losses.
Shoallhaven's under 12, 13 and 14 girls teams will look to build on the success of their senior counterparts at their state championships at Baulkham Hills from July 6-8.
In other news from the state titles, the Ulladulla and Districts open women's side took out the division two competition, by winning their final 17 matches of the tournament, to finished with a record of 19 wins and just two losses - edging out Maitland fore the crown.