THE Wodonga Lady Wolves will boast one of the strongest CBL rosters in the competition when Albury-Wodonga Lady Bandits guard Rebecca Guglielmino takes the court on Saturday night.
Guglielmino proved to be one of Lady Bandits coach Jim Wilson's savviest recruits this year, and Lady Wolves coach Paul Green said he was thrilled to have more SEABL experience on his list.
“She's a huge inclusion, she can play one through four if need be,” he said.
She's a huge inclusion, she can play one through four if need be.
“She's quick and athletic, takes the ball to the glass and also has a good perimeter shot.
“She's got a lot of talent.”
Guglielmino joins an already strong lineup, which boasts the likes of Tenille Collins, Steph Gorman, Rachel Jeffery and Sarah Mellington.
Despite the embarrassment of riches, Green said he was expecting 100 per cent effort against Bendigo on Saturday.
“Regardless of the opposition, you have to be ready to play 40 minutes,” he said.
“We only get to play Bendigo once during the regular season, this game is as important to us as it is to them.”
The Lady Wolves cruised to a 100-28 mauling of the Wangaratta Lady Warriors last week.