Seahorses hope for back-to-back effort
WITH a win under its belt and a healthy influx of talented new players, Woolgoolga will hope to kickstart its season when it shapes up against Orara Valley tomorrow.
While last week's triumph was against the competition's worst defence, in Bellinger Valley-Dorrigo, the Seahorses are showing good signs they are getting back on track following a horror opening four rounds.
On Sunday, the side travels to Coramba and is looking to put together back-to-back wins for the first time in 2013.
They shape up against fellow cellar-dwellers the Axemen.
Woolgoolga has beefed up its playing roster in recent weeks.
Their new recruits played a major part in the win against the Magpies.
The addition of Queensland Cup stalwart Steven Spencer to the Greg Shuttleworth-coached outfit did bring about immediate dividends.
The former Sunshine Coast Sea Eagle performed exceptionally well and scored twice on Sunday.
Spencer, and the returning Joe Ravueta, have reshaped a struggling Seahorses' attack.
Ravueta sparkled last week and also scored twice.
Orara Valley won't be an easy match-up for Woolgoolga.
The Axemen are also determined to battle their way away from the bottom of the ladder.
They game could develop into an interesting battle.
The under-18s get underway at noon. The first grade kick-off is scheduled for 2.45pm.