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Demons confident gap between best and rest will close over time in AFL Southern Women’s | The Daily Advertiser

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COLLINGULLIE-Glenfield Park co-coach Jackson Sanbrook is confident the gap between the AFL Southern Women’s benchmark teams and the chasing pack will close as new players and teams learn the game. The competition newcomers won their opening game against Narrandera, but haven’t scored a goal in their past two matches after being kept scoreless in a 70-point loss to heavyweights Charles Sturt University at Crossroads Oval on Friday night. Sanbrook said patience is needed with most of their players new to the sport, and feels the imbalance will be rectified in coming years after three of this week’s games proved to be mismatches. “I think it will close up, they’ve all played other sports so once they get their heads…



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