THE unbeaten run for Calivil United rolled on in Saturday’s fifth round of A-grade netball in the Bendigo Bank Loddon Valley Football Netball League.
A week after a brilliant win against Mitiamo, Calivil United took to Bridgewater’s court.
It was the Mean Machine who led at half-time and three quarter-time as goalshooter Claudia Collins led the way.
The Karen Pascoe and Teigan Redwood-coached Demons faced a four-goal deficit at the start of the final term, but lifted to score a two-goal victory.
Although disappointed with the result, Bridgewater has shown it will be a strong challenger for a top-five finish and appearance in the finals.
The ladder-leading Marong scored a 55-31 win against Newbridge on the Maroons’ court at Holloway Air Riverside Park.
The Panthers have won four matches and drew their clash with Mitiamo.
The Maiden Gully YCW Eagles soared to a 33-goal victory at Pyramid Hill’s Mitchell Park.
The Eagles reached the 50-goal mark.
Mitiamo had a rest in A-grade, but the Superoos did take on Inglewood in the lower grades at Dissy Machinery Oval.
Bears Lagoon Serpentine had the bye.
A highlight of round six will be the match between Calivil United and Maiden Gully YCW at Calivil.
Bears Lagoon Serpentine and Newbridge will chalk up their first win of the season after they clash at Gadsden Finance Serpentine Reserve.
Mitiamo and Pyramid Hill clash at Mitiamo’s John Forbes Oval.
It’s a rest for Marong, but the Panthers play Inglewood in the lower divisions on the Blues’ court.
Bridgewater has the bye.
Written by Nathan Dole.