WEST Coast Fever have returned to training following a mid-season break in preparation for a game against the Thunderbirds in Adelaide this Sunday.
Fever is in fourth position on the Australian Conference ladder following four wins and four losses in the first eight rounds of the season.
Coach Stacey Rosman said the break, which was the first two-day weekend the players had off since January, would improve the girls’ performance.
“The short break was really beneficial to the group,” Rosman said.
“It was a great opportunity for all of us to reflect, regroup and prepare both physically and mentally for what is shaping up as an important five-week period.”
The game starts at 10am Sunday.