HDFNL | Swifts v Rupanyup A Grade Netball preview

FOCUSED: Jorja Folkes, Drew Smith and Courtney Morrow all focused on the ball in their loss to Edenhope-Apsley. The Swifts will need to be sharp for four quarters to notch up their second win of 2017. Picture: Trish Ralph.
FOCUSED: Jorja Folkes, Drew Smith and Courtney Morrow all focused on the ball in their loss to Edenhope-Apsley. The Swifts will need to be sharp for four quarters to notch up their second win of 2017. Picture: Trish Ralph.

Swifts will look to get their season back on track when they host Rupanyup this Saturday.

Coming off three straight losses, the matchup against Rupanyup presents a great opportunity for the Baggies.

Both sides have only one win to their name so far this season, with the Panthers higher on the ladder by percentage.

The interleague break provided a great chance for Swifts to rest up and allow time for some injuries to heal, with no players selected to play for the HDFNL.

Coach Courtney Morrow said the week off was a great opportunity for them to recover.

“We have had a tough few weeks to start the year, so it was nice to rest up.”

GOAL THREAT:Jade Cleary in action against Pimpinio in their round two loss. Cleary will be important for the Baggies on Saturday.  Picture: Trish Ralph.

GOAL THREAT:Jade Cleary in action against Pimpinio in their round two loss. Cleary will be important for the Baggies on Saturday. Picture: Trish Ralph.

Morrow said she hopes her side can play to their potential on Saturday.

“We have a very good bunch of girls and we really want to show everyone how good we can be and come away with a win,” she said.

The game will get underway at 1.45pm at North Park on Saturday.