Nagambie's A-grade netball side disposes of Girgarre.CHALPAT SONTI July 10, 2014 3:30am
The game started early and that didn’t help Nagambie, but the Lakers A-grade netball side eventually came away with the points on Saturday.
Due to the B-grade clash being abandoned (see more in this week’s Telegraph) the main game went ahead with five minutes warm-up time, which contributed to a slow start for the home side. But once they got into gear they had an easy 55-22 win.
It was a team effort with standouts including midcourter Katie Sullivan and defenders Bianca Deane and Keely Woosnam.
Clancey Loughnane suffered a finger injury which forced her to sit out the second and third quarters but once the shooter went back on she also played well.
Cassandra Abbott stepped up well again and will play A-grade for the rest of the year.
Player-coach Caitlyn McPhee was happy with the win.
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