KILSYTH is trying to master the art of multi tasking.

The Cobras, who’d lost two of their past three SEABL games prior to the weekend after starting the season undefeated, came from 13 points down to edge out Dandenong, 62-57, on Saturday night.

Coach Sam Woosnam said after a frustrating first half her side turned it around after some sterns words at the major break.

“We’re having problems when we’re bad in one area because it’s affecting all areas,’’ she said.

“If we’re struggling on defence then we still need to be on point in offence, and all the other areas, because lately we struggle in one area and let it affect every part of our game.

“In the second half we played some D, changed up what we were doing defensively, got some better looks offensively and it all came together.”

Woosnam said the victory was a crucial one in a tight conference and in the run home to play-offs: “Our goal is to finish first in our conference so we basically can’t drop a game from now until the end of the season”.

“Launceston is a game behind us but they’ve got the split on us, so we need to keep winning,” she said.

Rosie Moult, who nailed the clutch three-pointer, won praise for her 14-point-10 rebound display.

“Rosie averages the most minutes in the team because she does the little one-per cent things you don’t see,” Woosnam said.

“Some games she has seven points but she gets rebounds and is always matched up against a bigger player and does a really good job defensively. And, Emily Fryters (10 rebounds, seven points, three assists, three steals) worked tirelessly on defence and got some crucial offensive rebounds when we needed them.”

Meanwhile, a 26-point haul from guard Kyle Adnam wasn’t enough to lead Kilsyth’s men to victory over the Rangers. Adnam also dished out six assists in the 82-75 defeat.

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