Heat’s Geelong test

Georgia Mayne has helped to ease the scoring load on Lady Heat star Vanessa Power.

Georgia Mayne has helped to ease the scoring load on Lady Heat star Vanessa Power.

WIN, lose or draw, Mildura Lady Heat coach James Madigan believes tonight’s road trip game against Division 1 powerhouse Geelong Supercats will provide a good indication of where his team is at this season.

Sitting two spots behind Geelong in fourth place, the Heat will be able to throw everything at tonight’s opponents in the visitors’ sole game of the weekend while Geelong will be mindful of fronting up again tomorrow against Whittlesea Pacers.

However, Madigan yesterday said winning or losing may not be the be all and end all in tonight’s contest – but how they play the game.

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