That win­ning feel­ing

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport - Tatura 36 de­feated Mans­field 33 Best play­ers: Mans­field 45 de­feated Tatura 30 Best play­ers: Mans­field 42 de­feated Tatura 22 Best play­ers: Mans­field 38 de­feated Tatura 34 Best play­ers:

A-Grade

The Tatura girls came out hard and took a two-goal lead into quar­ter time.

A few changes saw them ex­tend the lead to four at half-time.

Jac­quie James was in­stru­men­tal through the cen­tre, com­bin­ing well with Roey John­stone in at­tack.

At three-quar­ter-time Tatura was up by seven goals, which was enough of a buffer to see them hang on to win by three goals. win in the last quar­ter. There will be lots of pos­i­tives to build on this year.

The girls are look­ing for­ward to an en­joy­able and com­pet­i­tive sea­son.

B-Re­serve

Mans­field came out fir­ing and jumped to a six-goal lead in the first quar­ter.

Tatura tight­ened its de­fence and made a more even sec­ond quar­ter.

Sarah Clack ran out hard in the cen­tre caus­ing many turnovers, but hot con­di­tions caused a few er­rors for the Dogs.

Strong re­bounds and de­fen­sive pres­sure were not enough to win in the end as the Ea­gles ran away 20-goal vic­tors.

Un­der 18s

It was a close and com­pet­i­tive game from both teams.

The Tatura girls worked hard to lead most of the game where they demon­strated great skill in feed­ing the ball into the ring, topped off with great goal­ing.

The side worked well as a team and the play­ers were ver­sa­tile.

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