Cats are on the prowl in HDNA

REACH: Lockington's Jessie Hardess in action.

REACH: Lockington's Jessie Hardess in action.

LOCKINGTON-Bamawm United will look to stay in reach of the Heathcote and District Netball Association top four, with a win on Saturday afternoon.

Lockington almost caused an upset against reigning premiers Colbinabbin last week, but couldn’t hold on.

The Grasshopers managed to overcome a five goal deficit at quarter0time to win by two goals when the final whistle was blown.

LBU's A-grade team currently sits in fifth position on the ladder, six points behind White Hills after 10 rounds. 

The LBU Cats take on the winless Heathcote this round.

The undefeated North Bendigo will also aim to win its ninth-straight game of the season when it plays Huntly at Atkins Street Reserve.

Coming off the bye last week, North Bendigo is sitting on top of the ladder, boasting a strong percentage of more than 200.

Huntly's only win of the season came in round six.

Leitchville-Gunbower will also host Colbinabbin.

Last time the two teams met, Colbinabbin increased its lead at every quarter, eventually winning by 18 goals.

The Grasshopers have amassed more goals than any other team this season, scoring 444 goals in nine games. 

The game will be played at Gunbower Recreation Reserve at noon. 

Elmore has the bye.

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