LET LOOSE: Dalby prop Charlie Green streaking away from defenders.
LET LOOSE: Dalby prop Charlie Green streaking away from defenders. Michael Doyle

Dalby propped up by top front-rowers

RUGBY UNION: Dalby Wheatmen coach Nathan Bradley said the depth of his club was paying dividends in the back half of the season.

Bradley is spoilt for choice in several positions, especially in the front row.

The two-time premiership- winning coach said he had trust in any of his five props to do the job in the A-grade competition.

Coming off a 56-point win over Toowoomba Bears, the Dalby side will now face Roma at home.

This will be the last hit- out for the Wheatmen before they travel to face fellow premiership chance, Goondiwindi.

Bradley said he had enough depth in the prop position to allow his big men to go flat out from the kick-off.

"We have five genuine front-rowers, which in club footy is a luxury,” Bradley said.

"They know they might only play 25-30 minutes at any one time.”

Bradley said he while he was not going to be taking Roma lightly this weekend, he did have his sights set on the following week's game against Goondiwindi.

"We started preparing for the Gundi game a few weeks ago,” he said.

"I think I have worked out how we can beat Gundi, without being too arrogant, because they are a quality side”



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