Allansford coach Scott Redmond attributed the Cats’ victory over Panmure on Saturday to his side’s ability to unite and work as one.
“The girls were united across the whole court everyone wanted to play for each other and work for each other,” Redmond said of the 52-49 victory.
“We changed the side up every quarter to throw something new at Panmure and by doing that we came away with the win.
“It was also a turning point for us, as we are feeling like we are actually playing as a team now and feeling like we all are mates.”
Redmond praised the efforts of Sophie Bellman, who was named best on court, Narelle Marsden and Tanaya Harradine for their contribution to the three-goal victory.
“Sophie absolutely killed it for us in goal keeper and Narelle stood out at the other end of the court with an outstanding performance shooting 35 goals and only missing six of her shots,” Redmond said.
“Tanaya has been in defence for most of the year and we gave her the opportunity in the shooting circle with Narelle and she hit 14 goals, which was fantastic.”