Fusion Heat has bounced back from a rare defeat with a dominant win over Dubbo Rhinos Rebels in round four of the Rawson Homes Premiership A Grade competition on Saturday.
Heat coach Tash Robinson was pleased with her sides performance in the 67-28 win especially so early in the season.
"It was a good game towards the end, it was definitely our slowest start to the season after the first quarter we got together and had a chat about what was working and wasn't then it was much better after that," she said.
Robinson was impressed with two key players in the side who stood out in her point of view.
"Sarah Bridges played back at goalkeeper for most of the game and she pulled in a lot of ball for us and did really well," she said.
"Izzy Attwater as usual, she's just a workhorse through the middle and she was really valuable for us as well."
Robinson admitted the Heat would have performed well this season but it may take a while for the competition to see their best netball.
"I think we've had a lot of changes within the team this season and the girls have done really well to gel as well as they have and when we come up against the teams like Narromine that are quite strong and quite experienced it puts a little more pressure on," she said.
"It's going to take a little more time for the girls to come together."
It's going to take a little more time for the girls to come togetherFusion Heat coach Tash Robinson
In the other games of the round, St Groovers defeated the Macquarie Hornets 54-30.
Ladder leaders Narromine Hawks continued their unbeaten run in the opening month of the competition with a 57-30 win of the Nyngan Cougars while Fusion Wild had the bye.
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