Port City Power player Natalie Hurst heads for the shooting slot.
Port City Power player Natalie Hurst heads for the shooting slot.

Power blitzes the Meteorettes

IT was the quarter of the season.

Port City Power dominated the Mackay Meteorette 85-73 at home on Saturday evening.

Power captain Jess Bibby said the magic really happened at the front end of the game.

Bibby said her girls had a great presence across the floor.

"There was great aggression," she said, adding the players rotated well.

The captain said Power's "aggressive defence" facilitated "easy buckets".

"We had full control of the game."

Bibby gave the Meterorettes a rap.

"It's again a tough opposition that we could meet in the playoffs."

Bibby said she was unable to name just one standout player.

Instead she said it was a team effort.

Even those who clocked only few minutes on the court made vital contributions.

"It was a real good team performance with huge contributions from everyone."

 

Port City Power is set to play Ipswich at Kev Broome Stadium next Sunday at midday.



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