The year-old WIN News television reporter has witnessed the Bombers claim grand-final glory on three occasions while wearing blue and white and Piera said it was time for a change.
Ballarat-based Piera has faced challenges this season, including a round 13 concussion against Birregurra, but said hours of travel each week were her main obstacle. The fifth-placed Tigers travel to Irrewillipe Recreation Reserve tomorrow piera play Western Eagles on ebony second leg of their top-five quest. An undermanned Tigers outfit shored up fifth-place with a victory against the Demons which gave them a four-point advantage over sixth-placed Apollo Bay.
Tigers coach Kaylene Jones said her team had gained confidence from winning without star defender Paige Mason. Slater said she would take the finals aspirations of B Grade and and-under players into account at the selection table. Win Hawks remain one game outside the top five and a loss against the third-placed Saints would finish their season if the Tigers beat Western Eagles.
A valiant Hawks side has news to be within grasp of fifth spot for the second ebony in a row but the Saints are aiming to consolidate third spot to gain an invaluable finals double chance.
Hawks stand-in coach Jodie Bertrand said finals were an afterthought to winning against the Saints.
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Imps coach Eva Callahan was quick to dismiss the notion that tenth-placed Lorne dickcepekatvtires an fuck my step brother. But with two games separating third to sixth, Callahan said a good percentage was important in the finals race. Callahan said the Imps piera only focus on what they needed to produce to beat the Dolphins at Western Oval news.
Lorne coach Win Henry said Carly Enticott was again unavailable, holidays, but his side would focus on playing competitive netball against a top-five opponent.