LAHARUM has started revving its finals engines after upsetting third-placed Natimuk by two goals on Saturday.

The Mountain Maids currently sit at sixth with only percentage standing in the way of a top-five spot on the Horsham District Netball Association A Grade ladder.

Laharum led at every change against the Ewes, helped by Madison Iredell’s 19 goals, to snare the win 29-27.

Laharum coach Tamika Burdett said the side was glad to return the favour to Natimuk, after the Mountain Maids lost by two points to the Ewes earlier in the season.

“It was a tough and physical match,” she said.

“There is always a bit of rivalry between us and Natimuk as soon as we walk onto the court.

“It was also great to have our home crowd cheer us on.”

Burdett said Iredell was fantastic under the net.

“Nikki Ervin and Naomi Gash were also great in defence, which helped us keep the pressure on Natimuk,” she said.

Burdett said Laharum’s position on the ladder did not reflect its promising form.

“We started off the season with a relatively new side,” she said.

“With each game we are learning more about each other and gelling as a side.

She said her team would be brimming with confidence when it took on Rupanyup on Saturday.

“We will keep working on our shooting and our teamwork at training,” she said.

In other matches Kalkee beat Taylors Lake 54-40, Harrow-Balmoral romped home against Swifts, 68-30, Noradjuha-Quantong kept up its good form against Edenhope-Apsley winning 46-39, and Rupanyup was too good for Pimpinio 59-43.

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