Calivil is fit and firing for final

READY: YCW's Christie Griffiths in action against Calivil United earlier this year.

READY: YCW's Christie Griffiths in action against Calivil United earlier this year.

WHEN Calivil United step onto to the court on Saturday, they will be focused and ready to fire, according to coach Karen Pascoe.

Calivil ended the regular season on top of the Loddon Valley A-grade ladder, winning the right to have the first week of finals off.

Pascoe said the girls are excited to get on the court.

“We've had a couple of practice matches during the break so are ready to get stuck into it,” she said.

“We watched the qualifying final between Mitiamo and YCW and it was a close game as we expected.

“Both sides have some key players we watched closely, but it was a good opportunity for our girls to sum up their direct opponents.”

Calivil played an impressive home and away season, having only dropped one game to YCW, and it is the Eagles who they will face on Saturday.

“We matched them in the first half of the game and let it slip away in the second, so we'll be looking to run out the game at full intensity this time around,” Pascoe said.

“I'm expecting it to be close this weekend and all through the finals, but hopefully we can stick to our game plan and come out on top.”

The game will be played at Riverside Park in Newbridge at 2.30pm.

Mitiamo will also play Bridgewater in Sunday’s second semi-final at Bridgewater at 2.30pm. 

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