Huntly chase first win in HDNA

PASS: Huntly defender Elli Ruthie in a game against Colbinabbin last season.

PASS: Huntly defender Elli Ruthie in a game against Colbinabbin last season.

HUNTLY is still chasing its first win in the Heathcote District Netball Association.

Coach Jody Warfe said despite its winless start in 2014, she has been happy with how the A-grade team has competed.

“We lost a lot of players across the board last season,” she said.

“We basically have a brand new team this season and they are all young players.

“Part of this season is about rebuilding, but we will get better.”

On Saturday Huntly faces Colbinabbin.

Warfe said this week would be an interesting one as many of the league’s netballers would miss the game due to music festival, Groovin the Moo.

“All games will be tough this week,” she said.

“We just need to concentrate on moving the ball through the court and not get wrapped up in what the opposition is doing.”

In other games, North Bendigo will take on Heathcote, Mount Pleasant will play Elmore and Leitchville-Gunbower will hosts Lockington-Bamawm United.

White Hills has the round five bye.

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