This was said by Jami-Leigh Goeda, who was named the FNB player of the match in their 63-44 win at the Madibaz Indoor Centre in Port Elizabeth.
It was the second victory of the competition this year for the Madibaz squad, but the 18-year-old first-year student said they realised there were further big games ahead.
“The big thing for us is that we have to stay focused,” she said.
The Madibaz squad face another double-header this weekend when they play in Pretoria, tackling Kovsies on Sunday and Tshwane University of Technology on Monday.
They complete their round-robin fixtures against Pukke on September 23.
After being named player of the match, Goeda said she had merely focused on playing her own game.
“Fortunately I was able to produce what I felt was my ‘A’ game and I think that helped to contribute to the win.”
She added that the positives they could take from the match were that their hard work throughout the game had paid off.