Normally, the Masters and Challenge events would have a healthy contingent of Victorian players: 2017, however, saw only the four representatives head to Adelaide.
The four that did attend put in a stellar performance against the rest of the country: Victoria's sole representative in the Masters was this year's Champion whilst Carol Johnsen, Norma Fisher and Gwen Lampre played in the Challenge.
To start the last, Team Tasmania held a half point lead over both Victoria and the ACT. A last round bye (which every player has in the Challenge) and two losses meant the Tasmanians ended up out of contention and it came down to Victoria and the ACT as to would emerge the victors.
With both teams dropping the one game, Victoria's healthy overall spread was the deciding factor.
Whilst Western Australia's Edie Mueller won the Individual title in the Challenge, the Team Title went to Victoria; thus tasting wins in both divisions. You can see the winning Team pic here.