TANSEY Polocrosse Club made the most of its home ground advantage to take out multiple wins.

It was no different in the A-grade women's final which was separated by a tight 14-10 goal difference.

Up against Blue Maroon, a team made up of a combination of Queensland and New South Wales players; it was a tough clash to wrap up the weekend's competition.

Tansey's Beth Hafey said the Blue Maroons were an unknown quantity as all players were of a high quality.

However, they could not match up to the experienced home team who have played together for a number of years.

Beth said she also had the advantage of playing with her sister Emma, so there was a good understanding shared between the two Hafey sisters on the paddock.

"It's very easy (because) we all play at home," she said.

"Lately we've been playing heaps."

Beth said she had played alongside Emma for more than five years so this only strengthened their play further.

The A-grade title also awarded the Tansey club some handy points for the end-of-year championship title, which Tansey has held for a number of years.

Beth said this success came down to the number of players the Tansey club boasted and the tight-knit support they shared with one another.

"At our own club we all help each other a lot," she said.

Tansey also had a lot of quality horses on the field bred for the sport, many of which were from the Hafey family's stud.

The home club proudly produced four title-winning teams at the weekend.

This demonstrated the quality the Tansey club had in its ranks, with many players having been picked for state and national duties over the years.

Such players included Sydnee Johnson, Andrew Phillips, Tom O'Neill, Trent Collins, Grant Carroll, Byron Davison, Tom Sutton and Laura, Beth and Emma Hafey.

Tansey Polocrosse Club president Justin Hafey said he was proud of his club's achievements which was testament to the dedication put in among club members.

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