Tough double-header for Supercats Women

Lui Zacher
August 4, 2022 / 9:00 pm

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The Geelong Supercats Women’s squad face a tough double-header with three games in two weekends.

The ‘Cats will be hoping to bounce back from last week’s heartbreaking one-point loss

A late steal from Sarah Elsworthy couldn’t be converted to a game-winner, but the women will ultimately be rueing a number of missed opportunities earlier in the game

Geelong will need to win most of this weekend’s games to lock in a finals berth, with the 5th placed Supercats last home-game tonight against Nunawading who are in lock-step with the ‘Cats in terms of games won. The Spectres have a tiny percentage lead over Geelong, giving them 4th place on the ladder.

The Women then head to Keilor for a Saturday evening clash with the Thunder, before wrapping up the entire NBL1 South home-and-away season with their clash against Casey Cavaliers

Geelong is the second-best team playing away from home, losing just one from nine away games.


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