Nagambie's A-grade netball side finds itself in the top six after beating Undera.CHALPAT SONTI July 31, 2014 3:17am
Just keep winning — that’s the target for Nagambie’s A-grade netball side.
The Lakers moved into the top six on Saturday after beating Undera 56-33, but the side knows what it has to do to stay there.
Saturday’s win came after Nagambie tried a few different tactics, with Mallory Doyle starting in goals before shifting to wing defence after half-time to make way for Clancey Loughnane.
Sarah Shiels swapped to centre with Katie Sullivan playing at wing attack.
None of the changes affected the Lakers, who built a lead each quarter to make it two wins in a row.
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