North Warrnambool Eagles coach Jaime Barr says Camperdown can go deep into this year's Hampden league finals series.
But she believes Cobden is the one team that cause the Magpies trouble.
Reflecting on her team's surprise 37-32 elimination final loss to Camperdown, Barr said the Magpies were the one team she wasn't keen to face in finals.
The Eagles, which finished a spot higher on the ladder, were up by three goals at the final change.
"They're flying, there's no doubt about it," she said.
"I think Camperdown has the opportunity to go a long way but Cobden is its challenge in the whole thing," she said.
She pointed to that fact that the Bombers beat the Magpies 58-39 in the final round of the season.
Barr said Cobden's pace could worry the steady Magpies.
"They probably need to speed up their ball movement to get it done against Cobden," she said.
The Eagles mentor said experienced Magpie Tracey Baker could be important if the Magpies and Bombers were to meet in this finals series.
"She definitely could challenge Cobden in terms of her knowledge of the game," she said.
But first the Magpies must face reigning premier Koroit on Sunday in a first semi-final at Camperdown's Leura Oval.
Barr said the Magpies match-up well against the Saints.
"They play the same type of game," she said.
The Eagles coach said the Magpies had two talls in defence which would help counteract Saints' goalie Nell Mitchell and her shooting power.
Goal keeper Emma Wright and coach Brooke Richardson are among the Magpies' defenders.
Barr said it probably surprised many people that Warrnambool beat Koroit in the qualifying final last week.
But she said the Blues were travelling well.
Barr said her side didn't match-up well against the Magpies.
She said the Camperdown had lifted in the second half of the season after bringing Wright back into the team.
Barr said Baker also had a big influence during the elimination final.
"Tracey played three quarters and her experience came to the fore in the end and turned the game in pivotal moments," she said.
Barr said Richardson manged her bench really well during the encounter.
Richardson told The Standard last month she felt that was an area in which she had improved in her first season as coach.
Barr said it was disappointing for side not progress passed the first week of finals because her group matches up well against the Bombers.
"No one else has beaten Cobden," she said.
The Eagles put together a strong four-quarter effort to defeat the Bombers 54-44 in round 11.
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