It's been a case of back to the beginning for Allansford's Jewell sisters this Warrnambool and District league season.
Cassie, 33, Sophie 31, and Tessa, 27, played in the same social netball team together when they were teenagers.
While Sophie normally plays A reserve she has jumped up to A grade at times this year, which has meant the sisters have all been on court together.
And they almost cover the whole court between them.
Cassie is a goal keeper and goal defender, Sophie is a midcourter and Tessa is a goal attack and shooter.
"I've benched a couple of times for A grade this year," Sophie said.
"Coach Bridget Foster has been kind of enough to let me bench and hit the court a couple of times.
"So there's been a lot of laughs when we all play together."
It's certainly a laugh when their teammates start getting the sisters confused.
"I get called Sophie a lot but I still answer to it - it's kind of our thing (answer to each other's names)," Cassie said with a smile.
The Cats take on Old Collegians at home on Saturday.
Allansford's A grade side is ninth on the table with one win while the A reserve team is fourth with seven victories.
It's Cassie's first season at the club and she's enjoying it.
"I've loved it. It's been great playing," she said.
"I wouldn't have played with Tessa for a long time and it's great to hang around and see my sisters.
"I still live in Melbourne. So I'm travelling back most weeks when COVID allows me to.
"It's just great to see family and hang out with the girls again."
The Jewells grew up at Portland and during their teens played at Tyrendarra and then Heywood in the Western Border competition.
But Monday night social women's competition in Portland was where they would get to take the court together.
They played in a team made up of three families.
"I just got my license so I was the one that had to drive us all down to netball," Cassie said.
Sophie was the first to arrive at the Cattery about six years ago.
"It's such a good club," she said.
"I came out here because I had just moved to Warrnambool and didn't know anyone.
"I had one person that I knew in Sarah Croft and she played out here.
"So she brought me out here and everyone was so welcoming.
"I didn't know anybody, everyone was lovely. It's such a family club too and really positive always."
Tessa, who joined the Cats in 2019, always enjoys a Saturday surrounded by friends.
"I'm probably more into the social side of things," she said with a laugh.
"I don't mind a beer to watch the footy, once we're done.
"Looking at our win-rate, we've got to get something out of the day."
The trio is pumped for netball to return on Saturday after the state government's latest coronavirus lockdown meant no play the past fortnight.
"I can't wait, I've been back in Melbourne just working, obviously for lockdown. So I just can't wait for Saturday," Cassie said.
The family ties continue on Saturday for Sophie who will play against her cousin, Erin Gleeson, who is part of Old Collegians' A reserve team.
The good-humoured Tessa is just hoping they'll be good weather.
"As long as the weather stays pretty dry then I'm happy about it," she said with a laugh.
"The first week we had off for this lockdown, it was pouring down rain and I thought 'thank God' (we're not playing)."
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