CAVENDISH overcame a sluggish start to claim a 50-33 victory against Westerns in Saturday’s series of South West netball A grade matches.
Westerns’ new young faced side came out firing, breaking Cavendish at the first centre.
It took the Bloods a few plays to get into the swing of things and inexperience began to show.
Cavendish led 11-6 after the first break.
The second quarter went mostly goal for goal.
Accurate shooting was a feature for both sides.
The score at half time barely changed as Cavendish led 23-17.
Cavendish applied a lot of defensive pressure, which caused many turnovers that they were able to capitalise on.
The Bloods extended their lead 35-23.
Going into the last quarter, Cavendish brought fresh legs in the mid-court and they continued their dominance all over the court.
They rebounded strongly and showed a more experienced style of netball.
Cavendish came away with a 17 goal win.
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