WITH momentum and a preliminary final date with Warrnambool booked, Koroit coach Stacey O'Sullivan believes her side can claim its third straight premiership.
The Saints fought hard in wet and blustery conditions to keep their dreams of a Hampden league open netball three-peat alive with a 44-33 victory over Camperdown at Leura Oval on Sunday.
O'Sullivan said everything was starting to click for her side as it approached another deep run into finals.
"We are travelling along nicely, now we just need to play our game and not worry about anyone else," she said.
"We believe we can go the whole way and we have just got to show that."
Captain Emily-Rose Finnigan said the Saints were eager to have another crack at Warrnambool after the Blues edged them out in the qualifying final.
"We're looking forward to it because we played them last week and we had a really slow start," she said.
"Our second half was awesome so we're looking at putting four really good quarters together and we'd like to have another go at Warrnambool."
Camperdown coach Brooke Richardson, who will weigh up her coaching future in the next few weeks, said she was proud of the way her side fought right until the final whistle.
"They kept fighting and it was pretty disappointing to go down by 10 as that wasn't what the game looked like," the first-year mentor said.
"When things don't go your way it effects your game and your confidence and that is what happened for us today."
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We believe we can go the whole way and we have just got to show that.Stacey O'Sullivan