WITH players around her dropping like flies, Jenny Morisette is praying she won't join the injury toll.

The Frenchville Rovers captain provided a show-stopping performance in her team's 0-0 draw with Park Avenue Brothers at Kalka Shades on Saturday.

With Frenchville struggling to field full teams in the A1 and A2 women's competitions, Morisette has put her hand up to play in both divisions.

"We don't have proper A2 or A1 teams so a lot of us are playing down as well and playing two games a week," Morisette said.

"Every time you play in a lower grade you hope you don't get injured. There are a lot of girls playing through injury."

Frenchville took to the turf with six A1, two A2 and six A3 players in the match against Brothers but despite the mixed outfit, Morisette said they banded together to provide one of their best displays all season.

"It was one of the best games we have had all year. Not just in terms of how we played, but in general.

"There was no niggling and it was a good, clean game of hockey," she said.

ROCKY HOCKEY

ROCKY AND CQ LEAGUE

A1 Men

Sparks 5 def Park Avenue Brothers 1

Souths 4 def Frenchville Rovers 1

Wanderers 6 def Meteors 2

A1 Women

Frenchville Rovers 0 drew with Park Avenue Brothers 0

Wanderers 1 def Rocky Souths 0



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