Hockey titles stay put

Both first grade Tamworth Hockey titles are staying put for another season after the Services Workies and Waratah sides finished on top of Sunday’s grand finals.

Desperate: South Tamworth's Harper Galvin tries to evade this lunging tackle attempt from Workies' Ryan Martin during the grand final.

Desperate: South Tamworth's Harper Galvin tries to evade this lunging tackle attempt from Workies' Ryan Martin during the grand final.

Mine: Emma Marvel (right) drops her stick after jousting for the ball with Waratah's Tayla King in Sunday's grand final. Photos: Peter Hardin

Mine: Emma Marvel (right) drops her stick after jousting for the ball with Waratah's Tayla King in Sunday's grand final. Photos: Peter Hardin

Eight straight: Andrew Farmilo flicks a long ball to support as the rain continued to come down on the men's final with Services Workies' winning dynasty stretching to eight titles.

Eight straight: Andrew Farmilo flicks a long ball to support as the rain continued to come down on the men's final with Services Workies' winning dynasty stretching to eight titles.

Sweet spot: Services' Tim McKenzie makes no mistakes in the final, getting low to this ball on Sunday during the wet grand final win.

Sweet spot: Services' Tim McKenzie makes no mistakes in the final, getting low to this ball on Sunday during the wet grand final win.

On the ball: Flames' Bek May looks to block a back stick pass from Waratah's Nicole Reidsmith during the Waratahs grand final win.

On the ball: Flames' Bek May looks to block a back stick pass from Waratah's Nicole Reidsmith during the Waratahs grand final win.

On the line: Flames' Ash Allen comes into help Kim Resch as she tries to stop Waratah's Tahlia Rekunow from crossing the ball into the circle.

On the line: Flames' Ash Allen comes into help Kim Resch as she tries to stop Waratah's Tahlia Rekunow from crossing the ball into the circle.

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