Gold Coast Lightning must fix ‘premiership quarter’ woes ahead of grand final

THE third quarter of sporting contests is often referred to as the “premiership quarter” as big matches can be won or lost directly after halftime.

Sunshine Coast coach Noeline Taurua knows it.

And the crafty Kiwi made sure her Lightning players knew it on Saturday.

Ahead of this Saturday’s Suncorp Super Netball grand final, the Sunshine Coast had a practice match against their training squad players and members of the Queensland men’s netball team at USC Stadium.

Geva Mentor stands next to the 215cm ‘Gentle Giant’ Junior Levi during a practice match. Picture: Lachie Millard
Geva Mentor stands next to the 215cm ‘Gentle Giant’ Junior Levi during a practice match. Picture: Lachie MillardSource: News Corp Australia

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