Can Saints march on?

Round 11 of the Mid South Eastern Football League season will kick off this Saturday with plenty of hype following Nangwarry’s first win in eight years.

The Saints will still be on a high and they will aim to march in into their upcoming game against Eagles with lots of momentum.

But Hatherleigh will be working hard to get the upper hand after going down to Mount Burr last week which no one saw coming.

Jake Dowdy will be scratching his head wondering why this happened after a good first half of the season.

He will be looking for a lift from the prime movers in Joseph Ferguson-Lane, Mark Marriott and Sam Gray.

While Andrew Hyland, Joel Virtanen and Isaac Raymond all hope to carry the winning form through this game and push Nangwarry to another unforgettable glory.

Robe v Tantanoola

Robe will play Tantanoola at home where both teams have a point to prove.

The Roosters will be fresh after coming off the bye and the Tigers will be out to score the win after a narrow loss to Nangwarry.

Robe have some very good runners and will play the home ground advantage well with use of the ball from the middle from Tom Watchel and Jed Jarrett while up forward Jack Kelly will be a target.

The Tigers will be hungry and will be led from the front from Jack Dawe, Jak Ryan and Alec Roberts.

Mount Burr v Glencoe

The dark horses in Mount Burr have stunned the competition with a win over Hatherleigh last week.

The Mozzies coach Reece Duncan would be happy with the progress of his team in recent weeks and will try and build on that momentum when they take on Glencoe.

The Murphies are struggling this season but will have a red-hot crack at the ground in the pines.

The “Burr” will look at Sam Wallis, Josh Wallis, Dylan Ridley and Calum Sparkes to perform, while Glencoe’s Patrick Mitchell, Dylan Childs and Zacc Cock all need to have a four-quarter effort.

Kalangadoo v Kongorong

The Magpies had a percentage boosting win against the Murphies but will not take the foot of the pedal this week at home.

The Hawks gained back some key players last week and will look to have them in match ripe condition for this contest.

After a last quarter surge from Kongorong against Port MacDonnell the young group will travel up the road full of confidence.

Kalangadoo will look at Ben Gregory, Tye McManus and Patrick Davies and up forward Michael Krieger will be a target.

The Hawks will know what happened last time they met and will try to counter the silky skills of the Magpies with Aaron Lightbody, Harry Evans, Matt Cordy and Fraser Brewster.

If the heavens open it will provide a great battle at the “Doo”.

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