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PORT Fairy Netball Association coach Bev Bourke attributes her side’s gutsy win over Hampden White as the catalyst for its stellar Western Regional State League season.
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The Seagulls sit on top of the open ladder with a tough run home, taking on Camperdown Night (fifth) tonight and Hampden Green (second) next week.

But Port will carry self belief into the clashes, with its round two win over Hampden White an ideal example of what it is capable of.

“We went into that match with seven players,” Bourke said.

“At quarter-time, half-time and then three-quarter-time, we were still up and we were all just looking at each other thinking ‘wow’.

“I think that game changed our thoughts a little bit and we thought if we played well, we would have a good chance of making finals.”

Port Fairy, which is yet to drop a match, has exceeded its expectations so far.

“We got together pretty much to get an intense pre-season more than anything,” Bourke said.

“Anything along the way was a bonus.

“It’s such a great competition and it’s so even.

“There’s nothing between the top five teams.”

Bourke said a key tonight would be to try and limit the supply to towering Camperdown shooter Narelle Welsh.

“We need to put more pressure on before the ball gets into her hands and, if it does go in to her, it needs to be in the air so (Camperdown’s) passes have to be precise,” she said.

While tonight marks the penultimate home-and-away round of the open competition, the 17 and unders are playing their last minor round match.

If Warrnambool City (fourth) is competitive against second-ranked Hampden White, the top four teams are expected to remain the same.

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