The Baggies will have a chance to make history this weekend, chasing their fifth A Grade victory.
Pimpinio will travel to North Park, looking for its second win over the Baggies this season.
Swifts have won four games this season, equal with their last season in A Grade back in 2015.
Swifts netball director Naomi Hoffman said a victory on the weekend will be the first time an A Grade team has won five games in a season since joining the HDFNL.
It would mean a lot for our girls to record their fifth win.- Naomi Hoffman
“It would mean a lot for our girls to record their fifth win,” she said.
“If our netballers aren’t winning games it is hard to get girls to the club.
“I am stoked with how the season has gone so far.”
The Baggies’ return to A Grade was spearheaded by the recruitment of coach Courtney Morrow.
Hoffman said Morrow has had a massive influence around the club.
“Courtney has done a great job to bring the girls together after missing out on A Grade last year,” she said.
“We have had a few of our juniors step up to seniors throughout the year. Working with the likes of Courtney has helped develop their netball.”
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