THE hot form of Maiden Gully YCW rolled on in Saturday’s 10th round of A-grade netball in the Bendigo Bank Loddon Valley Football Netball League.
The Christie Griffiths-coached Eagles made the trek to Marong’s Malone Park to take on a line-up which had beaten them in round one.
There was plenty for Maiden Gully YCW to play for as Laura Butler lined up for her 150th match.
The Eagles led by eight goals at half-time and then won the third term by seven goals to be in control of the contest.
The Eagles had many stand-outs in a 20-goal victory and seventh win in a row.
Among the best for Maiden Gully YCW were Leisa Barry and Meg Patterson.
Mitiamo dominated the clash with Bears Lagoon Serpentine at Gadsden Finance Serpentine Reserve.
The Laura Hicks-coached Superoos won 84-23 and jumped to the third rung on the ladder.
Bridgewater strengthened its grip on fifth place after a 36-28 win on Pyramid Hill’s court at Mitchell Park.
The Mean Machine was without Carly Ladson and Claudia Collins, but worked incredibly hard to achieve its fourth win of the season.
It was a rest for Calivil United in A-grade, but the Demons took to Inglewood’s court at Dissy Machinery Oval to contest the lower grades.
Newbridge had the bye.
In next Saturday’s play, Mitiamo plays Newbridge at John Forbes Oval in Mitiamo.
Calivil United and Bears Lagoon Serpentine clash at Calivil.
Bridgewater and Marong do battle on Bridgewater’s court.
It’s a rest for Maiden Gully YCW in A-grade, but the Eagles will play Inglewood in the lower grades at Marist College Bendigo in Maiden Gully.
Pyramid Hill has the bye.
Written by Nathan Dole.