HOW do you pick a best on court when your team has five players scoring in double figures?
It's the challenge standing before Warrnambool Seahawks co-coach James Mitchell after two rock-solid performances this past weekend.
Mitchell's Seahawks produced the performance of their season against Portland Coasters on Saturday night - notching a 13-point victory - while they led against Mount Gambier in South Australia but fell late on Sunday.
Mitchell said the evenness in his side - particularly with COVID-19 running rampant through the community - was a major positive.
"I think on Saturday we had five in double figures and on Sunday we had six in doubles figures scoring-wise," he said.
"For us to suit up eight guys on the second day of a double-header weekend and have six in double figures, that's the way we've been wanting to play."
Mitchell was pleased with his team's effort overall.
"We knew (Sunday) was going to be tough. The goal was always to get that Saturday night game because Portland is near us on the ladder," he said.
"They had a couple of guys out with COVID, as did we, so it was always going to be an interesting match. They always play a really hard and tough.
"I was almost expecting a bit of a let down on Sunday given we'd played last night but the guys really came through."
The Warrnambool Mermaids, meanwhile, defeated Portland Coasters on Saturday night but also fell to Mount Gambier on Sunday.
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