Women bring roadtrip lessons to Wulanda

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Women bring roadtrip lessons to Wulanda

The OneFortyOne Pioneers women return to their home court tomorrow night following last weekend’s tough double header road trip.

The Pioneers will host the Eltham Wildcats, which sits 11th on the NBL1 South conference ladder, with four wins and six losses.

In comparison Mount Gambier occupies third place, having only lost two games for the season, while notching up nine wins.

The Pioneers split their results last weekend, having a good win against the Knox Raiders, before falling short by nine points to the Casey Cavaliers.

They will be looking to bounce back when they take the court against the Wildcats, as the competition moves into the second half of the season.

Coming into the final seven rounds of the competition, the Pioneers will have six home games and five away matches to round out the season, including two double header road 
trips to Victoria.

Head coach Matt Sutton said his side would spend the week preparing for the Wildcats and would not be dwelling on the weekend’s loss.

“The girls have a nice way of being disappointed but realising there’s heaps to learn from the trip,” he said.

“They have a real readiness to learn and will get ready to play better.”

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