A third win for the season is a very real possibility for Port Fairy's open grade netball team this Saturday.
One of the Seagulls' two wins for the season came in round two against Portland.
This Saturday the Tigers will again be the opponent, but this time on their home court at Hanlon Park.
Since Port Fairy won its opening two games of the season, eight losses have followed, the last of those against Hamilton Kangaroos last Saturday at Gardens Oval.
Port Fairy was in touch at quarter-time, trailing by just four goals, but a second quarter fade-out cost it any chance of victory.
In that second quarter, the visitors shot 20 goals to just five for the home team.
For the second half, Port Fairy kept up to speed with the Kangaroos, shooting 20 goals to 22.
But the damage had been done early, with a 54-33 loss the result.
The Seagulls best performer on the day was young centre player Tessa Allen.
While this Saturday's open game promises to be hotly contested, it will not be the only match-up that will test both sides.
Port Fairy is undefeated on top in division two but will face a test when it comes up against the Tigers. Portland is in fifth position but only six points away from the top three. The Tigers would be keen to grab a finals double chance and to do that would need an upset win somewhere along the line.
The Seagulls will be eager to ensure that result does not come about this weekend.
It's been a tough season in the junior netball grades for Port Fairy, with no teams currently in the top five.
But some winning opportunities may be on offer for the young Seagulls' teams this round.
In the 17 and unders, Port Fairy and Portland have one win, giving both teams plenty of room for hope heading into Saturday.
Port Fairy will start favourite in the 13 and under game, with the Seagulls having won three games and the Tigers just the single victory.
The 17 and under reserves game is also shaping as a close encounter, with Port Fairy (two wins) just shading Portland (one win) at this stage of the season.