Brilliant BeeGees’ finals run

By Kirra Livingstone

THE BeeGees Premier Women has one more chance to make it into the 2023 grand final, after falling short against the second placed Maroochydore Swans 6-2, in their September 1 clash in Kawana.
If they had won this match, the squad would have gone straight into the grand final, which the BeeGees Women Premier coach Amy Higgins said was the plan.
However, Amy was proud of the girls for making it to the finals, as well as being minor premiers for the year.
This loss for the girls means they will be battling it out against the Noosa Lions in this week’s preliminary final, to then go on to play the Maroochydore Swans in the September 16 grand final, at the Sunshine Coast Stadium at 7:30pm.
BeeGees’ number 30 player Jordyn Weckert and number 23 player Jill Kosseris both scored one goal each during the semi final, and Kirra-Leigh Crouch got a yellow card.
Following the match, the club congratulated all the teams who had made it into the finals this year.
“A very big congratulations to our competitive teams who qualified for finals this season, [including] premier women, U18 boys, U16 girls, U15 boys [and] U13 girls,” the club said.
“Good luck to all of our teams through finals week, and congratulations on a successful season.”