Lakers couldn't stay with Lancaster in A-grade netball.CHALPAT SONTI July 16, 2014 3:15am
Nagambie’s A-grade netball side was shown exactly where it stands in the KDNL pecking order when Lancaster came to town on Saturday.
The top-of-the-table Wombats were clinical in disposing of a makeshift Lakers side 58-28, a loss that keeps Nagambie half-a-game out of the top six.
But there was a much bigger gap than that between the sides as Lancaster ruthlessly exposed Nagambie, which battled in the cold, gusty conditions to bring the ball down the court.
Player-coach Caitlyn McPhee started in defence and switched to a shooting role in the second quarter, but the under-sized Lakers elsewhere found it difficult.
‘‘(Lancaster) just had so much depth all over the court,’’ McPhee said.
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