The second year of the Mid North Women's Football League has been deemed a great success with the competition doubling in size with over 200 players taking to the field over the season.
Stepping up from four teams to eight teams in the senior division, players and teams came from across the Mid North to make the competition 'absolutely fantastic' as described by Crystal Brook Football Club President Ian Lambert.
"It was just massive. The reports back from the girls is how professionally it was run, how well it was run. We got some really good feedback. We are only in its second year, it started from nothing and 12 months later it was just massive. Very very happy with the way it has been supported thus far."
Grand finals took place on Friday, March 29 and Orroroo's Joeys took home the premiership beating the Tigers 3.8 to 1.4. In the under 16 competition, Crystal Brook's Roosters beat Port 5.5 to 1.2.
The competition has been described as positive and professional and the committee will soon meet to debrief the season.
Mr Lambert says that they will definitely be discussing expanding the season to include more rounds but it depends on what they can figure out.
"We are certainly looking at that, but also have to look at where Easter falls next year and depends how much time we have. We certainly are looking at extending it out."
"We played five games this year plus the final, it is definitely something we are looking at, that will get reviewed during the off season.
It is hoped that the new women's change rooms will be complete before the next season.