COLEAMBALLY coach Maddie Mannes believes extra time would be welcomed by clubs, describing the post match vibe as a "funny, eerie feeling" after Saturday's 49-all home draw against Temora.
The Kangaroos looked set to head home with a win, but a long pass from Blues wing defence Sally Foster found goal shooter Tessa Evans just in time to nail the match-tying shot.
The stalemate means both teams remain in equal fourth on the Farrer League ladder, although Temora has a game in hand.
North Wagga is just two points head in third after beating East Wagga Kooringal 48-39, with the top three to earn the double chance in finals.
Mannes believes both teams would have been happy to play a few more minutes to get a clear result.
"If it was a perfect world, extra time would be good I think," she said.
"We've had a loss and a draw to them, it would be good for confidence had we won.
"A result would have been better, it was a funny, eerie feeling and no one knew what to do.
"I didn't know whether to be happy or sad. You have to be grateful in a sense that if we didn't get that last goal, we would have lost."
A Reserve started their game with determination winning the first quarter. When they returned to the court after the first break, they were faced with five new players from the opposition which proved to be more of a challenge for the local girls. Temora were the eventual winners of the game, youngster Giaan Cullen was chosen as Player's player with the experienced Alicia Perkins led the way taking home the Brolga Voucher.
The B Grade side demonstrated a big improvement on their last encounter against the Kangaroos, Haidee Studholme worked hard for the entire game was awarded with the Community Club mug while Jess McDonell who was effective in the centre court took home the Brolga Voucher.
C grade faced a well drilled Temora side, unfortunately the local girls couldn't match their opposition. Ella Painting played a handy game as WA was the Hi Trac player's player. Steph Clarke tried hard for the Blues was the recipient of the Brolga Voucher.
The Juniors travelled to Leeton Tuesday evening to play the Crows, these games being played in the Stadium. The award winners for the week included, for Under 11's Pia Fattore and Lisa Strachan.
Under 13's who played two games were Alana Jones, Linda Clarke, Elise Munro and Michalla Bright.
Under 15's recipients were Millia Rossato and Michalla Bright.
The whole club will have a week off due to a bye, then returning to play the Two Blues in Barellan the following weekend.