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Strathmerton kept persisting in miserable conditions to take the win in the last quarter.
There was fantastic defensive pressure all over the court and great goaling by Britt, who stepped up in Kyley’s absence.
Awards: Rach Olson (Wingates) and Kasey Baker (Railway Hotel).
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Despite the conditions, Strathmerton managed to come away with a good win.
There was great defensive pressure all over the court with lots of hands over the ball and tips here and there. Players just need to ensure they are switched on at all times and backing each other up when there are tips.
Awards: Corinne Lancaster (Strathy Cafe) and Karen Duckworth (KAFS Fruit Supply).
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The Bulldogs are finally starting to click as a team.
Sheree was a star in centre, pulling intercepts from everywhere.
Awards: Sheree Bailey (Strathy Pub) and Naomi Payne (Strathy Café).
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The Bulldogs went in hard and did not let a wet, slippery ball deter them.
The defence was amazing, backing up the attackers all the way to the goalers.
Awards: BOC Jodi Brooks (Railway Hotel) and Aimee Fletcher (Intersport).
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The Bulldogs enjoyed their first win of the season, showing the skills they have been working on at training.
The girls demonstrated great teamwork and encouragement.
Awards: Gabby Mahoney (Subway), Mackenzie Stephens (Strathy Café) and Bridie Chester (Subway).
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The ball was heavy and slippery, but Strathmerton adapted to the conditions.
There were some great passages of play.
Awards: BOC Hannah (Wingates) and Emily (Cobram Photography Towel).
The girls have improved so much and can see what they do at training starting to pay off.