Caitlin Strachan will co-captain the Victorian Fury in a semi-final against the NSW Waratahs on Saturday.ERIN LYONS August 18, 2014 3:00pm
Echuca netballer Caitlin Strachan will attempt to aid the Victorian Fury to victory against the NSW Waratahs in the ANL Championship semi-final this Saturday.
The Fury and Waratahs met on Saturday evening in a tightly fought contest which involved double-overtime.
Strachan, who co-captains the Fury, was a vital contributor in the match against the Waratahs.
The Fury capped off its dominant season after Strachan took a match winning intercept in the dying seconds of double-overtime to help her team steal a 71-69 victory.
The result allowed the reigning ANL championship side to cement first place on the ladder following a 21-game winning streak.
Strachan, who was recently signed with the Queensland Firebirds for the 2015 ANZ Championship season, will join the Fury in Saturday’s rematch against the Waratahs.
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