WANGARATTA Rovers have the chance to consolidate its spot in the Ovens and Murray netball’s elite group tomorrow and continue their push for a top three finish.
The Hawks currently sit on five wins, one game ahead of Albury who faces Yarrawonga tomorrow.
If the Hawks defeat Myrtleford and Albury loses to the Pigeons then Michelle Caruso’s side will assume a two-game break over both the Tigers and North Albury.
Caruso said victory would also boost the Hawks’ confidence and show them they are one of the top sides in the competition.
“I said to the girls on Sunday that we are in the mix,” she said.
“I knew Yarra weren’t going to be the same team as previous years and I was more concerned with Lavington and Wodonga.
“We lost to Lavington by eight but that was early in the season.
“We’ve changed things around since then which has been really good.”