Hawks have extra incentive to beat Dogs

CONSISTENT: Nicole Hogan has been one of North Wangaratta’s best players this season and will be keen to play well against Tarrawingee tomorrow.

NORTH Wangaratta will look to take its superb form against Tarrawingee on Saturday, with an added incentive for the Hawks to retain third place on the ladder in Ovens and King Netball.

After a string of four consecutive comprehensive wins, the likes of in-form Hawks Tracey Matheson and Micaela Larkings will be keen on forcing the Dogs into holding fourth position.

The Hawks will need to be wary of Tarrawingee’s ability to come from behind should the situation arise, after two out of its last three matches have been nail-biting efforts of victory.

However, shooting accuracy shouldn’t be a concern for Hawks Amanda Bell and Chelsea Marks or Dogs Kaylee Seymour, Amy Byrne and Kate Finnigan, with all five boasting percentages in the 80s.

Swanpool, meanwhile, travel to Whitfield for a clash with King Valley.

With the Swans sitting in eighth, and the Roos in 10th, the match could be a deciding factor to who makes finals in four weeks time.

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