The Coffs Harbour Suns are aiming for their first Waratah League win of the season today.
The Coffs Harbour Suns are aiming for their first Waratah League win of the season today. Greg White

Suns are aiming to ‘bounce back’

COFFS Harbour's women's state league team is looking to bounce back from last week's season opening loss.

This afternoon the Suns girls are taking to the Homebush court where they'll face competition newcomer, the Inner West Bulls.

Suns coach Connie Woods admits she knows very little about the Ryde-based outfit other than the fact the Bulls lost rather badly to Maitland last week.

She also said this afternoon's match is more about the Suns playing well rather than worrying about what the Bulls have to offer.

"The girls are pretty disappointed in themselves after last week and they need to knuckle down and work hard to get the win," Woods said.

Another thing the Suns will be working on is some added focus on patience in offence.

"Waiting for the right shot selection is important," the coach said.

"Waiting for the the right shot to open up was something we didn't do that well last week. I'm not sure if it was nerves or pressure but we need to get better at it."



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