They say winning is a habit and Yarrawonga's Bridget Cassar is living proof of that philosophy.
Having played for and coached the most successful A-grade side in Ovens and Murray history, Cassar knows exactly what it takes to reach the top - and stay there.
On this week's podcast, we hear how challenging, and rewarding, she found life in Melbourne and the UK, embracing not only an alternative style of netball but a different way of life.
Cassar explains why that time away made her love for the Pigeons grow even stronger and what it took for the club to reach a staggering 11 consecutive grand finals.
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As one of several Yarrawonga players to have recently returned to the court after giving birth, Cassar shares the importance of sport in giving new mums a much-needed outlet and time for themselves.
And if you thought her remarkable roll of honour was complete, think again, because Cassar and the Pigeons already have plans to attend to some unfinished business in 2022.
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