NORTH Bendigo is undefeated this season, but coach Tamara Gilchrist has said the players were not getting ahead of themselves.
“We have exceeded expectations, but we are just taking things week by week,” she said.
“We are certainly not taking any game lightly.”
North Bendigo is facing Leitchville-Gunbower in its round eight clash in the Heathcote District Netball Association on Saturday.
The Bulldogs are on top of the ladder, boasting a percentage of more than 250 per cent. The Bombers sit in sixth place on just two wins.
Gilchrist said the competition was so tight this season, games could go either way.
“The competition is strong this season, there is no easy game” she said.
“It is coming down to whoever is better on the day will win.
“Every game is intense.”
Gilchrist said North Bendigo needed to be at its best to beat Leitchville-Gunbower.
“They are a dangerous team,” she said.
Gilchrist said what had impressed her this season was everyone in the A-grade side was playing their role.
“There hasn’t been one person to stand out it is has been a team effort across the board,” she said.
In other Heathcote District games, Heathcote will host Colbinabbin, who sit in third place.
Huntly will chase its second win of the season when they play Lockington-Bamawn United.
White Hills will also look to win a spot in the top four when it takes on Elmore.
Mount Pleasant has the bye.