Tolland coach Florence Wilson hopes her side can improve on their poor first half effort against South Wagga last weekend when Junee front up for Sunday’s preliminary final.
The Wolves were slow out of the blocks in their elimination final victory and trailed by two goals before roasting the Warriors in a blistering second half to run out 5-3 victors.
“It definitely wasn’t a good start but it’ll definitely improve this weekend,” Wilson said.
We’ve been building all year and improving as a team, so I’m sure we’ll get off to a better start.Tolland coach Florence Wilson
Tolland will look to chief destroyers Lizzie Read and Bernadette Blake for goals against a seasoned Junee outfit looking to avenge the memory of last year’s grand final defeat.
“It’s been pretty close the times we’ve played against Junee this year, so hopefully we’ll go alright and end up on the right side,” Wilson said.
Tolland and Junee kick off Sunday 11am in Leeton.
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