Old Collegians record back-to-back wins with victory over Kolora-Noorat on eve of finals

Ball magnet: Old Collegians coach and wing attack Meagan Forth takes possession of the ball in her team's win against Kolora-Noorat. Picture: Christine Ansorge
Ball magnet: Old Collegians coach and wing attack Meagan Forth takes possession of the ball in her team's win against Kolora-Noorat. Picture: Christine Ansorge

Old Collegians is confident it’s peaking at the right time.

The Warriors beat premiership favourite last week and on Saturday proved 14 goals too good for a gutsy Kolora-Noorat.

Goalie Maggie Kline said there was an exciting feel among the group on the eve of finals.

"We are confident that we can play some great netball through the finals series and hopefully get some good outcomes,” she said.

Goal bound: Kolora-Noorat goal attack Lillie Bourke gets into position as she looks to net another goal for the Power. Picture: Christine Ansorge

Goal bound: Kolora-Noorat goal attack Lillie Bourke gets into position as she looks to net another goal for the Power. Picture: Christine Ansorge

"Any team we come up against in finals is going to be tough, but we are ready for the challenges as we have worked hard to earn our position. 

"We have been training hard all season and in the last month have ramped it up, preparing physically plus placing a strong focus on player mentoring and team bonding, which is reflected in our recent performances.

"The team has a really positive vibe and we are pumped about the prospects of what the final outcomes could be."

The Warriors play Russells Creek in Sunday’s elimination final.

Working hard: Kolora-Noorat wing defence Mahni Beasley was one of the Power's best players in the loss to Old Collegians. Picture: Christine Ansorge

Working hard: Kolora-Noorat wing defence Mahni Beasley was one of the Power's best players in the loss to Old Collegians. Picture: Christine Ansorge