NORTH Wagga coach Flynn Hogg believes the pieces of the puzzle are beginning to fall in place after the Saints stretched their winning run to three with a 57-26 victory over Marrar on Saturday.
After falling to Temora in Hogg's first game in charge, North Wagga has accounted for East Wagga-Kooringal, Coleambally and the Bombers to leap to second on the Farrer League ladder.
With their full squad back on court North Wagga proved too strong for a young Marrar outfit.
"It was the first time we've had our full team, which gave us a chance to use our versatility through the centre court and shooting," Hogg said.
"From our first game we needed to settle it down and play our slower game, and get player-on-player defence.
"We were missing Abby Byrnes the first week, myself the second week and Margie Johnson the third week, so it's good to all be back."
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Hogg said her first stint as a first grade coach is progressing well and feels the team is developing from game to game.
"The court play is the main thing now. We've got all the basics and the skills, we just have to put it all on the court," she said.
"It's been amazing. All the girls get around me and they're skilled enough to have their say."
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