Square takes on in-form Tigers

AIM: Golden Square's Abbey Ryan goels for goal in the round 13 clash with Gisborne at MyJet Oval. Picture: LIZ FLEMING

AIM: Golden Square's Abbey Ryan goels for goal in the round 13 clash with Gisborne at MyJet Oval. Picture: LIZ FLEMING

SIX points behind Kyneton, Golden Square must win Saturday's A-grade netball clash on the Tigers court to be a chance of grabbing the double chance.

The task will not be an easy one for the blue and gold in the 14th round of the Bendigo Football Netball League season.

Kyneton has marked an incredible return after a lengthy break from A-grade action by racking up 10 wins, a draw and just two defeats.

Golden Square is fourth on a 9-4 record and on the rebound from an 11-goal loss at home to Gisborne last round.

The Square's defensive pressure in all thirds of the court will be a key to halting Kyneton's run.

The Tigers won by 12 goals in last Saturday's clash with South Bendigo.

Another big match on Saturday afternoon will be at Strathfieldsaye where Storm plays Maryborough.

Win at Flight Centre Park and Storm jumps above Maryborough to fifth place.

The ladder-leading Kangaroo Flat takes on Sandhurst at Beck Legal Oval in Dower Park.

South Bendigo plays Gisborne on the court adjacent to Queen Elizabeth Oval.

On Sunday, Castlemaine faces Eaglehawk at Camp Reserve.

The Magpies and Hawks will be desperate to chalk up their second victory of the season.

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