British Columbia won its third open national women's netball title in four years at Burnaby Mountain Secondary School over the May long weekend.
Team B.C. won the open women's title by a narrow 39-35 score over Ontario in the championship final on Sunday. Quebec took the bronze medal.
B.C.'s junior team won its fourth consecutive gold, beating Team Alberta 41-32 in the u-23 final. Ontario finished third overall, downing Quebec 52-36 in the consolation final.
Ontario defeated Alberta 52-45 to win the u-18 division title.
B.C.'s u-18 team took the bronze medal following a 43-25 loss to Alberta in the playoff match.
Burnaby's Sabrina Versteeg, Shawnette Cockburn, Ashley Joe and Amonda Francis were all named to the Canadian national team following the championships.
All four Burnaby athletes will join the Canadian national women's team which will take part in the America's championship world netball qualifying tournament in St. Lucia in July.
The top two teams will qualify for the upcoming world championships to be held in Singapore in 2011.
B.C. easily won the open women's round robin pool, defeating Ontario 52-33 and Quebec 50-29 to earn a berth into the final.
In preliminary u-23 play, B.C. more than doubled Alberta 53-22 before coasting by Ontario 57-22 and Quebec 54-34. In u-18 round robin play, Team B.C. fell to both Alberta and Ontario.