Coach confident

Vearing happy with side ahead of clash with unknown league

FINAL PREPARATIONS: Jenna McLeod (GD) defends Cristen Brunner (GA) at training on Wednesday night. PHOTO: Marc Bongers

OUT of the 10 senior netballers representing the Ovens and King interleague at Buninyong tomorrow, there will be no presence from powerhouse sides Greta or Milawa.

However, coach Kristie Vearing is confident with the side at her disposal for their clash against the Central Highlands league.

A final squad of 10 has been selected for the match, with Tarrawingee sisters Kaylee and Teagan Seymour joining North Wangaratta’s Nat Kidd and Chelsea Marks, while Moyhu has trio Lizz Gourley, Laura Fisher and Jenna McLeod.

Cristen Brunner and Jo Toms will also take to the court from Benalla while Goorambat’s sole representative is Kylie Button.

Vearing said she wasn’t too concerned with the absence of players from the top two sides.

“It would’ve been nice for those two sides to be represented, but we’ll take over what we’ve got and give it a go,” she said.

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