Brigg remained consistent in their play during the next fifteen minutes, continuing to create opportunities throughout the court and capitalise where they could. It meant the team extended their lead with a quarter score of 13 - 7 and a half time score of 28 - 15.
Half time changes saw Kelly Major take to court in place of Emily Fisher. Major continued to apply pressure and worked tirelessly alongside Bush on the edge of the circle to position themselves effectively so they could support teammates Heald and Shipley by picking up any loose balls. Meanwhile Heald and Bush displayed borderline superhuman work rates to ensure the netball was effectively brought down the court, linking the play seamlessly into attack. However, Ripley's defence had upped their game and restricted the movement of Antcliff and Haswell in the circle. This made it much more difficult for Franks and Bush to find them but patience paid off and Brigg took the quarter 8 -4 to have an overall lead of 36 points to 19.
Both teams faded during the final 15 minutes, which meant mistakes crept in! However, Brigg kept their heads and continued to support each other to maximise energy efficiency. This helped them to further punish the opposition for any mistakes made. In the end, experience prevailed and the quarter was won by Brigg 15 -6, with a full time score of 51 - 25. A last second penalty shot conversion by Antcliff also denied Ripley, what would have been a well-deserved point on the leader board.
Once again the ‘Player of the Match’ award was once again very close this week but in the end awarded to a well-deserved Bec Heald.