The Wolves U16 Women headed to Grangemouth on Saturday to complete their regular season with games against Grampian Flyers and City of Edinburgh, knowing that two wins would secure an unbeaten National League Division 2 season and 1st seed in the playoff Semi-Finals.
The Wolves started their first game shakily against Grampian, with the girls struggling in the early stages to deal with the speed of some of Grampian's key players. The girls recovered their composure to take an impressive win 77-18.
The next game was a much more daunting task, with City of Edinburgh travelling with 7 Division 1 players included in their D2 Squad. Although a challenge, and while supported by the many parents and supporters who had made the journey to Grangemouth, the Wolves showed their desire to get promoted was very strong, despite having a squad which included players as young as 12 years old, they took the win 65-47.
The Wolves left their coaches beaming with pride as their skills, team work, defence and overall team spirit showed the steady improvements throughout the season have left them with a solid unit which is ready for the playoff challenge in February.