Super Netball's round four has been and gone and the biggest take away from the games was to never underestimate these new-look up and coming sides.
Although the Collingwood Magpies didn’t get the win, what they showed by winning the last three quarters was outstanding.
Their fight from behind to get within one point was amazing and it was the first time we really got to see the Browne sisters run the mid-court, and their young guns like Bragg, Jovic and Ward are starting to find their feet in their respective positions.
Bragg is starting to really show what she can do and making that position hers.
Jovic is full of speed and can absolutely outrun most of her opponents. Then there's the Jamaican young gun Ward.
What she lacks in height, she makes up for in a great vertical leap and aerial ability and she’s also starting to form a deadly combination with Geva Mentor.
The team in the black and white isn’t a write-off this season, they're bound to hit their stride in the near future and blow a few teams out of the water.
They got their first points on the board in season 2020, but the Queensland Firebirds are out and fighting.
The defensive combination between Jenner and Hinchcliffe is starting to hit its own strides and they are becoming a defensive force in the competition.
Their midcourt depth is outstanding, they have Mi Mi and Cassidy as their starters but then they have both Dunkley and Gardner on the bench, who are both great in their own right and starting to make a name for themselves.
Their captain, Gabi Simpson, knows how to lift the team when needed and she can throw herself into the play and take the intercept.
With Aitken, Dwan and Venter in their front line, they are a team for the future but as for right now, if they can pull a four-quarter performance like they did on Saturday, they are going to be causing lots of upsets.