It’s been a rough road in parts of season 2018 for the Orange Tigerettes, but captain Renee Cullis said it’s finally starting to click.
“We’re full of confidence, the whole game (last) Saturday they were putting in on the field what they’re learning at training,” she said.
“There’s a lot more talk, the team has that click that you need to be successful.”
She has her sights set on finals, too, with her belief in the time running high.
“Obviously the GF is a distance away – I believe in the team and that we can get there, but even a semi-final for a lot of these girls would be fantastic,” Cullis said.
The team has that click that you need to be successful.Skipper Renee Cullis
The new-found resolve will be tested this Saturday when Tigerettes host second-placed Dubbo, who soundly beat the side last time despite having just 13 players.
“They are a tough team and are always a challenge,” Cullis said.
“They don’t travel well, on average they travel with about 13.”
Orange Tigerettes host Dubbo Demons at Waratahs Sportground from 12.30pm.