Woolgoolga Seahorses halfback Will Fernando in action during the opening round of the 2013 Group 2 season. Photo: Rob Wright / The Coffs Coast Advocate
Woolgoolga Seahorses halfback Will Fernando in action during the opening round of the 2013 Group 2 season. Photo: Rob Wright / The Coffs Coast Advocate Rob Wright

Raring to go after break

AN UNEXPECTED three-week break has Woolgoolga fresh and raring to go when they return to Group 2 action tomorrow.

The match will have plenty of extra meaning for the Seahorses as they go back to Verge Street Stadium to take on Macleay Valley in a rematch of last year's semi-final.

With only one game played this season, the Seahorses remain pretty much an unknown quantity to other teams.

Injuries have hampered Woolgoolga; however, the impending return of flashy fullback Lloyd Munro will provide plenty of joy for Greg Shuttleworth's side.

They're desperate to get their season back on track, so expect a big performance tomorrow from the Seahorses.

 

MACLEAY VALLEY v WOOLGOOLGA

Mustangs

1. J Taylor 2. M Burley 3. D Ritchie 4. A Dixon 5. P Thaiday 6. I Vale 7. D Donovan 8. S Walker 9. C Lardner 10. B Vale 11. O Blair 12. T Donovan 13. J Gardener.

Seahorses

1. N Hardy 2. D Pledger 3. M Pledger 4. R McGrady 5. R O'Grady 6. C Webb 7. W Fernando 8. M Cheeseman 9. B Seymour 10. L Poulava 11. J Durning 12. B Bird 13. B Collison.

Kick-off: 2.45pm tomorrow at Verge Street Stadium, Kempsey.



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