IT WAS hard for Moama’s A grade netball team to find things to improve on from its game against Rumbalara at the weekend.
A 71-goal win made it difficult for the Mowers to judge how the remainder of the season would play out.
But coach Charlotte Long said the team would have a little more indication of where they were at when her team hosts Echuca United tomorrow in the Good Friday clash.
‘‘You can’t really have too much confidence coming off last week,’’ Long said.
‘‘It was a completely different game.
‘‘I’m excited to get out there Good Friday on our home courts and be competitive.’’
Long said she would be less nervous knowing she was stepping onto Moama’s courts and hoped A grade would help bring the Three Jacks Trophy home for the club.
‘‘I don’t think you can judge how we’ll go after one game,’’ Long said.
‘‘But United and Tongala are probably our main competition this year and we know United lost to Tongala so it’ll be interesting to see how we come out against them.’’
With a full team at her disposal Long said she was expecting to change the positions up again and see how other combinations worked.
She could be more confident knowing any one of her bench can take the place of a player on courts and be just as influential.