Two wins from their last three matches in NBL1 South has shown the Albury-Wodonga Bandits women are on the right track.
After a heavy defeat to title contenders Bendigo on Friday night, the Bandits responded with a hard-fought 75-67 result away to Dandenong on Saturday night.
Geraldynn Leaupepe led the way for the visitors with an impressive offensive display to finish with 32 points at more than 50 per cent from the field, along with seven rebounds and three steals.
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Captain Emma Mahady shot the ball well to finish with 15 points, but also pulled in six boards and had four steals.
The victory moves the side to 16th on the ladder.
Mahady was the standout in the 105-74 loss to Bendigo in leg one of the road trip with 31 points from 10 of 16 shooting and four assists.
The Bandits have a strong chance to improve their season record when they host the league's two bottom sides Diamond Valley and Hobart on Friday and Saturday.
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