The Griffith Swans have gotten off to a rock-solid start to the netball season as they head into the last game of the first half.
While the competition has a bye this weekend, next week they'll play against Wagga to round out the first half of the season. So far, the Swans have had two draws and no losses, but coach Georgia Fuller says that the upcoming match could be formidable.
"Our next game is against Turvey Park which will be tough ... We've had a lot of tough games but we keep pushing right to the end."
The Swans and Turvey Park are historically evenly matched - last time the Griffith Swans A graders played against Turvey Park came to a 41-40 point total in favour of the Swans.
The girls played against Narrandera last week, taking home a decisive victory. Fuller said that they got off to a rocky start but came back well.
"It took us a while to get started at the beginning but once we got our groove on, we played quite well."
While Fuller is glad to have the team doing well, she's not getting overconfident and has pledged to keep training hard to keep up the skill that's taken them to this point.
"Once we start the second half, it'll be interesting to see what happens, interesting but exciting to see how we match. I just think it's exciting for us to be going this well, we'll keep training hard and working hard."
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