CAMPERDOWN coach Rachel Rodger says her players were probably preoccupied during Saturday's round three clash with Port Fairy.
The Magpies kept their unbeaten run intact with a hard-fought 46-29 victory over the Seagulls, who pushed the flag favourites at Leura Oval.
The match marked the start of a busy weekend for Camperdown, which took out yesterday's Regional State League Premiers Challenge in Melbourne.
"It was a tight game and we probably made too many errors," Rodger said of Saturday.
"In all honesty, looking back, I think the girls were probably thinking about (the Premiers Challenge). But full credit to Port Fairy.
"They played really good, steady netball.
"They had some really strong players, especially their goalers (Stephanie Watson and Alicia Moloney)."
Scores were tied 9-9 at quarter-time before the Magpies pulled away to lead by seven at the main break and eight at three-quarter time.
"They put a lot of pressure on us and we made a lot of errors," Rodger said.
The host finished off with its strongest term, outscoring Port Fairy 15-6.
The Seagulls (0-3) will be hoping to rebound against Warrnambool (2-1) next Saturday.