Georgia Muir hopes Woorndoo Mortlake’s experience can settle the nerves of grand final day against Tatyoon

Georgia Muir hopes Woorndoo Mortlake’s experience can settle the nerves of grand final day. Picture: Rob Gunstone
Georgia Muir hopes Woorndoo Mortlake’s experience can settle the nerves of grand final day. Picture: Rob Gunstone

COACH Georgia Muir hopes Woorndoo Mortlake’s experience on the Mininera and District Netball Association’s grandest stage can sweep any doubts from her players’ minds.

The reigning premier is chasing a second consecutive premiership against powerhouse Tatyoon on Saturday.

Muir said while her side was the defending premier, it had flown under the radar for most of the season without pressure.

“We’re a lot more confident this season than we were last year, because we have that experience,” Muir said.

“We’ve lost a few games this season so the pressure hasn’t really been on us. We’re hoping to play to our peak.”

She expected a physical battle in the decider.

“We’re definitely expecting a physical game. Tatyoon is a very clean side, and they have great intensity,” Muir said.

“It’s a really exciting day for our club as a whole. We’ve got the under 15 girls and C grade side through to grand finals as well. “A lot of our players are based around Woorndoo so we’re excited.”