Transition the key for Lockington-Bamawm

Paige Tuohey

Paige Tuohey

LOCKINGTON-Bamawm United coach Amy Halloran is the first to admit it has been a tricky season for her team.

So far the Cats have won three games, lost one and drawn with Colbinabbin, the reigning Heathcote District Netball Association champions.

This week the Cats will be able to see exactly how they stand in the competition when they face the undefeated North Bendigo.

Halloran said she was disappointed with last week’s 16-goal loss to Mount Pleasant.

“They got out to a 10-goal lead and we couldn’t get back,” she said.

“Our execution was terrible and our decision making was terrible.”

Halloran said it was important for the team to work on its transitions across the court.

She said if they put everything they have been working on into practice against North Bendigo, they would have a good chance of winning the game.

“It will be a tough game, they are a good netball side,” Halloran said.

“If we play like we should on the day it will be a good game.

“It will be a competitive game.”

The Lockington-Bamawm United versus North Bendigo game will be played at the Atkins Street Reserve courts.

In other games, Mount Pleasant will take on Leitchville-Gunbower. 

Huntly will meet Elmore at Hy-Line Australia Oval. Both teams are chasing their second victory of the season. 

The final match of the round is between White Hills and Heathcote.

Colbinabbin has the bye. 

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