Hawks plan to keep Hoppers star quiet

GOING WELL: Chelsa Marks has been in good form for the Hawks this year.

NORTH Wangaratta coach, Nat Kidd, has no intention of changing the way her side will play when the Hawks take on Moyhu tomorrow.

With the North Wangaratta side hitting full strength for the first time this year, Kidd said her priority against the Hoppers will be defensive ace and Moyhu coach, Jenna McLeod.

“I played with Jenna during interleague, and she’s an awesome player,” she said.

“I’m looking forward to the match-up between Jenna and Amanda (Bell), so that will be our focus, to take Jenna out of the game.”

The improved Moyhu side are coming off three straight wins, while the Hawks take an unbeaten run of four matches into the clash.

Kidd said the danger of a wet game could be a deciding factor to who gets the four points.

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