In Round 13 of the Queensland Champions Cup, the Kedron Wavell Services Club Cougars have come away with a draw in their latest match against the Elite Development Squad (EDS) on Wednesday, June 5.
With the final score sitting at 45 all, it was a tough game for the Cougars who had to fight their way back after the EDS established a 10 point lead.
Cougars coach Elizabeth White said despite improving in the second quarter they wasted too much time chasing the ball.
“We gave them a 10 goal start,” said White.
“We didn’t have any space on the court, we ran on top of one another and we failed to use the spaces.”
It was a nail-biting final two quarters of play with both teams fighting for possession of the ball.
It boiled down to the final minute of the game where both the Cougars and the EDS where given the chance to secure a win but failed to take the opportunity.
“It was a free-for-all in the last minute of play and neither team took advantage of the position that they had,” said White.
“It was there to be won by either team and neither team took advantage of it.”
The next round of the Queensland Champions Cup sees the Cougars take on the Logan Wildcats at the State Netball Centre on Saturday, June 15 at 7pm.