KOROIT could use emerging netballer Isabella Baker in a new role after switching its line-up against Port Fairy on Saturday.
Baker, 16, spent the final term of the Saints' 36-21 victory in centre, having spent much of her fledgling Hampden league senior career in goal attack and wing attack.
Stand-in coach Danielle McInerney, filling in for Stacey O'Sullivan who was away with basketball commitments, said Baker's attributes made her handy option in centre.
"Her fresh legs and pace was a bit of a bonus, especially at the end of the game," she said.
Koroit improved its record to 6-2 with McInerney pleased with its defensive prowess against the Seagulls, who are struggling at 2-6.
"Kasey Owen had the best game I have seen her play in the last couple of years and Emily Batt is back in form.
"In the last three weeks she's been in the best."
McInerney coaches the Saints' division one and 15 and under sides.
She had a hectic Saturday mentoring four teams - including open and O'Sullivan's 17 and under roster - for three wins and a draw.
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