Wodonga Raiders will head into their second game against Yarrawonga this season with a fresh perspective.
The last time the two sides met was back in round two, with the Pigeons dazzling the home side early in the piece to claim victory by 22 goals.
Since then, Raiders have added five wins to their name and have snuck into the competitions top five.
"One of the biggest changes by the girls when they take to the court now is that they've learnt what it feels like to win," Raiders coach Jodie House said.
"We knew we had to have a mind shift if we wanted to win games and be competitive.
"We have a lot of respect for Yarrawonga."
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The Raiders are coming off the back of a loss to powerhouse Corowa-Rutherglen, but managed to post the third smallest losing margin against the side this season, going down by nine.
Yarrawonga currently secure fourth spot and will have the home ground advantage for the clash on Saturday.
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