Natimuk United v Swifts preview | Horsham District Netball League 2017

CONSISTENT: Briana Close has played every game for the Baggies this season, rotating through the wings and helping out in the attacking circle. Picture: Trish Ralph.

CONSISTENT: Briana Close has played every game for the Baggies this season, rotating through the wings and helping out in the attacking circle. Picture: Trish Ralph.

Swifts travel to Natimuk in round eight action of the Horsham District Netball League.

The Baggies won their last game against Jeparit Rainbow in a hard fought affair before enjoying a week off over the long weekend.

Swifts coach Courtney Morrow said the week of was welcome.

“It helped us rest up and let us be ready to come out fighting,” she said.

The Baggies have shrugged aside all injury woes bar one, with Aly Hall likely to miss the remainder of the season with a back injury.

IN BOUND: Jade Cleary receives a pass from Courtney Morrow. Cleary was among the Baggies' best players in their win over Jeparit Rainbow. Picture: Trish Ralph.

IN BOUND: Jade Cleary receives a pass from Courtney Morrow. Cleary was among the Baggies' best players in their win over Jeparit Rainbow. Picture: Trish Ralph.

“It will be good to have a fully fit team out on the court without making any changes from our last game,” Morrow said.

Morrow said going into the break with a win was great for her team.

“The win was great for the girls’ confidence,” she said.

The Rams will prove to be a tough opponent on Saturday, with only one loss to their name after seven games.

“It will be a tough game but it should be a good match up,” Morrow said.