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THE Bendigo Thunder overcame the early nerves of playing on the big stage of the QEO under lights to extend their unbeaten run in the Victorian Women’s Football League premier division to 10 on Saturday night.
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CONTESTED BALL: Bendigo Thunder’s Abbey Hay kicks under pressure against Deer Park at the QEO on Saturday night. Hay was the Thunder’s best player in their hard-fought 12-point victory. Picture: LUKE WEST

In front of a big crowd, the Thunder staved off a strong challenge from Deer Park to win their tightest game of the season so far by 12 points, 8.5 (53) to 6.5 (41).

“The atmosphere was brilliant, there was a big crowd and Deer Park certainly took it right up to us,” Thunder coach Cherie O’Neill said.

“The girls were a bit nervous early…we had plenty of the ball, but were a bit fumbly and just couldn’t get clean possession.

“But we spoke about it at half-time and things settled down in the second half and we got back to playing the style of footy we wanted.”

In a game where goals were at a premium, 17-year-old Isabella Ayre proved one of the differences in bagging five as her outstanding form up forward continued.

Abbey Hay, captain Emma Grant, Laura Flanagan and Leah French were also among the best for the Thunder, who kicked six of their eight goals after half-time.

The Thunder takes on Melbourne Uni away next Sunday in round 12.

• Match details:

Bendigo Thunder 8.5 (53) d Deer Park 6.5 (41).

Goals –I. Ayre 5, L. Flanagan, E. Ross, H. Trevean.

Best –A. Hay, E. Grant, L. Flanagan, L. French, I. Ayre.

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