Wangaratta and St Pats to meet in AWFA senior ladies match of the round

WE'RE READY: St Pats' Sinead Ryan says the side is confident ahead of the weekend. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

WE'RE READY: St Pats' Sinead Ryan says the side is confident ahead of the weekend. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

Despite a hiccup against Boomers last weekend, St Pats have been more than capable against the top sides in the senior women’s competition this season.

St Pats’ player Sinead Ryan admitted the 7-1 loss to one of the league’s heavyweights didn’t reflect the way they played.

“We got a goal which boosted our confidence a bit, we haven’t scored against Boomers for a couple of years,” Ryan said.

St Pats hit the road to face Wangaratta this weekend, with outright fifth spot up for grabs for the winner.

“We had a 4-1 win last time we played Wang and we’ve definitely improved a lot since then, but they probably have too,” Ryan said.

“We’re wanting to finish top four, but it’s probably a little of out reach now after last weekend.

“We’d definitely like to jump to fifth and a win this weekend would definitely help that.

“Four plays five either way (in finals), so it doesn’t really make a difference.”

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