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Colac and District goal attack Tegan McNamara (above) stretches in vain for possession against Warrnambool City opponent Jessica Price during last night’s Western Regional State League 17 and under netball match.WARRNAMBOOL City recovered from an almighty first-term slump to topple Colac and District by two goals in Western Regional State League’s 17 and under action last night.
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The imposing 10-goal deficit at quarter-time proved no obstacle for the City girls, who worked tirelessly in the final three chapters to earn the win 42-40.

Victorious coach Fran Bell said it was a much-needed win for the fourth-placed City.

“We’ve got one week to go,” she said.

“We really needed to win to keep us in the hunt because anything can happen from here on in.

“Our girls are still learning, but I couldn’t be any more proud of them.

“We’ve come from nothing and formed something.”

Bell’s young charges played out that notion on the court last night.

It was all one-way traffic in the first term as Colac dashed to a 9-2 lead, prompting City to call a tactical time out to shuffle positions.

The stoppage did little to curb Colac’s momentum and it went into quarter-time 15-5 ahead.

“We tried a new goalie combination (Sharni Moloney and Millie Mahony) to start off with and had our other goalie (Madeleine McLeod) off,” Bell said.

“But we needed her on for that security.”

City broke the first centre and continued with a further three unanswered goals in the second term.

Moloney, back at goal shooter, had a constant battle against Colac keeper Beth O’Brien, but City goal attack McLeod offered plenty of support.

The persistence of centre Angela Meade and wing defence Grace Chow pushed City back in touch at 18-17 with four minutes on the clock before scores were level at 19-19 with 20 seconds left.

Colac had the centre but City again turned the ball over and rushed it down for a goal on the buzzer, which was disallowed.

“We have really been trying to focus on getting that pick-off in the midcourt,” Bell said.

“We focused on one-on-one defence and that’s what got us back into the game.”

Colac raced out of the blocks in the third term, bolstered by some elegant long-range goals from shooter Morgan Drayton, and opened up a five-goal early lead.

The resilient City regained its purpose late in the term to lead 29-28 with two minutes remaining. However, scores were tied up 31-31 at three-quarter-time.

“It was a very physical game,” Bell said.

“But our defenders did an awesome job and our goalies did an awesome job.”

Goals were dictated by centre passes early in the fourth, before a mixture of Colac’s clumsiness and City’s calculated positioning propelled the latter to a two-goal lead with 10 minutes to play.

City goal defence Maddy Drew shone, while wing defence Chow put her name forward for player-of-the-match honours.

Scores levelled 38-38 with five minutes to go but City soon capitalised from a centre break to collect the win.

In the other early 17 and under match, Hampden Green trounced Hampden Red 60-19.

Open outfit Camperdown Night Netball Association recorded a similar triumph, ousting Warrnambool and District White 75-26.

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