Redeyes are team to beat

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - LOCAL CLASSIES -

Blighty’s Pi­cola District Net­ball League record re­ceived its first blem­ish last week, but the Redeyes re­main the team to beat head­ing to­wards fi­nals.

Molly Cochrane’s troops let a late lead slip in a 43-all draw against Katunga, but the Blighty coach was not too con­cerned with the re­sult.

‘‘That was a re­ally good game and they re­ally tested us,’’ Cochrane said.

‘‘We’re not too wor­ried about it though, we didn’t re­ally want to go into fi­nals with too much of a tar­get on our backs.’’

The Redeyes take on Mathoura in Tim­ber­cut­ter coun­try to­mor­row and Cochrane was ex­pect­ing an­other tight game.

‘‘Mathoura will be tough; they were last time we played them,’’ she said.

‘‘The draw made us re­alise that we need to keep work­ing hard, we haven’t been play­ing our best net­ball in the last few weeks.’’

Rhi­an­nan Maxwell and Natalie Trem­ble have stood out for the Redeyes in the side’s past few fix­tures.

In other lo­cal ac­tion the Deni Rovers will host Jer­ilderie to­mor­row, while in the Mur­ray League the third placed Rams host reign­ing pre­mier and lad­der leader Moama in A grade.

Leigh Holm­berg fly­ing through the air fol­low­ing a mas­sive jump.

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