Narromine Hawks captain Trudy Althofer has every reason to be pleased with her sides start to the Rawson Homes Premiership A Grade competition for 2021.
The Hawks continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 66-28 win over the Macqaurie Hornets on Saturday and Althofer was happy with the result.
"The weekend's game was a lot of fun, we tried some different combinations on court, mixed up our shooting and mixed up of defence as well," she said.
"So we just had rotated some players around and tried some different things out to see what works and what doesn't work."
Althofer admitted at the start of the season, the goal for the side was to have fun and she feels it is a reason why the team is playing so well.
"It's been lots of fun so far, it never feels like the score is what it is, it always feels a lot closer and sometimes we are a bit tough on ourselves but most of the time we are just having a lot of fun," she said,
"The shooting end is working beautifully, can't complain about them they scoring the goals and doing a really good job of it."
Made more impressive the Hawks have played the competition powerhouse Fusion Heat already this season in a match which finished 48-45 to the Narromine side.
In the rounds other matches, Nyngan Cougars edged out Dubbo Rhinos Rebels 49-48 in a thriller.
St Groovers defeated Fusion Wild 55-35 and Fusion Heat had the bye.
Round six of the competition will continue on Saturday as the Hawks battle with Fusion Wild.
The Heat fresh off the bye will play Nyngan with the Macquarie Hornets set to play the Dubbo Rhinos Rebels.
St Groovers have the week off with the bye.
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