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SOS answered as Nagambie gets back on track

Lakers A-grade netball side overcomes tenacious Bulldogs.

CHALPAT SONTI April 16, 2014 3:19am

Tahnee Biggs looks for her options in the under-15 game.


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It was a welcome, if brief, return for some familiar Nagambie netball faces as the Lakers A-grade netball side got on track again on Saturday.

Nagambie with a 10-goal lead, withstood a late Merrigum fightback, and pulled away again to beat the Bulldogs 38-31.

The Lakers had echoes of the 2012 premiership side as Sarah Theobald, who was player-coach of that team, and Hannah Tranter answered an SOS along with Kallyn Gent to help out an injury crisis.

The latest Nagambie player to go down was player-coach Caitlyn McPhee, who took her physio’s advice to rest a problem heel spur ahead of an important game at Stanhope in two weeks.

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