Under-dogs ready for the Colbinabbin challenge

LOOKING FORWARD: Michelle Atherton looks to pass the ball. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN

LOOKING FORWARD: Michelle Atherton looks to pass the ball. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN

EARLIER this season White Hills fell short by seven goals to Colbinabbin

This weekend, White Hills coach Jody Chant is aiming to stun the reigning premiers. 

Chant said if her A-grade team could put a strong four quarter performance they would be in with a chance. 

"I am hoping for a better match than the last time we played them," she said. 

"We were still settling in to our positions when we played them last, it was in the first phase of the season.

"We will go in under-dogs for the match."

With four games remaining in the season, Chant said she was happy with where her team was sitting. 

White Hills is in fourth position on the Heathcote and District Netball Association ladder, having won eight games and lost four. 

"We had an up and down start to the season, so overall I am happy with where we are," Chant said. 

"Our ultimate goal is to get into that third position but that will be tricky."

White Hills will play Colbinabbin at Tint-a-Car Oval at noon on Saturday. 

In other games, ladder-leaders North Bendigo will host Elmore.

The undefeated Bulldogs are chasing their 13th straight victory of the season.

Elmore has won three games and sit in seventh spot on the ladder.

Mount Pleasant will host Lockington-Bamawm United at Toolleen.

Lockington sits in fifth place on the ladder, just two points below White Hills. 

The final game of the round will see Huntly play against Heathcote at Trickey's Diesel Oval. 

Leitchville-Gunbower has the bye.  

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