Two of the Cavaliers' most promising players were able to fine-tune their games in Melbourne ealier this month.
Shooter Hayley McDougall as well as latest Cavaliers addition Hannah Lenthall participated in the Victoria hub of the Netball Australia national talent camp. The camp was initially meant to be held at the Australian Institute of Sport but was split into hubs due to COVID-19.
Lenthall said the girls were put through their paces with other national-calibre players in daily training sessions as well as matches.
The defender was able to get specialist sessions as she attempts to transition into centre-court.
"I had a mix of specialist training sessions which was good ... I definitely learnt so much about centre-court," Lenthall said.
"I've definitely gotten better from it and learnt ... hopefully it'll show on the court next season."
As for McDougall, the camp allowed her to build skills in goal attack as she moves over from shooter.
"I saw the camp as a really good opportunity to go up against some of the best defenders in Australia - we were really lucky to go over," she said.
Devon's Macy Goninon also attended the camp.