Lithgow Panthers women will be looking to fight their way back to the top of the premier league hockey ladder after their loss to Orange CYMS at Orange on Saturday.
After holding out an early Panthers short corner CYMS took control of the clash, jumping out to a 2-nil lead. Panthers did hit back with a goal in the second half of the game and they had a handful of chances but the green and golds held them out.
It will be a local derby on Saturday, June 22, as Zig Zag and Panthers meet at home.
Zig Zag will be hoping to continue their form from their home game on June 15, at which they ran over the top of Orange Ex-Services.
It was the Lithgow team's first win of the season, with goals going to Tiana Anderson (2), Tayla Deveigne and Maddy McLean.
The Lithgow Panthers' men will also return to their home ground on Saturday after their 3-1 win over Parkes on Saturday to take on Wanderers.
If you're in the mood for premier league action this Saturday at Lithgow, in the men's league, Panthers play Wanderers at 1.30pm.
Lithgow's women's teams kick off at 2.40pm.
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