By ZAC MILBANK
Expect a fierce Central District outfit to resume the Statewide Super Women’s League season on June 27 with a focus on tackling.
After starting the season with a win against Norwood in Round 1, the Bulldogs drifted away from their defensive-minded stance to lose their next two outings against North and Glenelg in convincing fashion.
And while there was some improvement in the loss to Sturt in Round 4, Central is well aware it has next to no margin for error given it will restart the season on the foot of the premiership table.
Speaking on SANFL Radio, Bulldogs Women’s coach Shaun Ribbons said the group had reviewed their losses to understand a lift in defensive pressure was required for the remainder of 2020.