With the inclusion of Sarah Duff in the attacking end, Woodend Hesket is expected to keep the speed up and keep possession of the ball against Romsey.
Woodend-Hesket: it out-played Lancefield, even without Tara Burnip. Team work both in attack and defence saw the A grade team lift their standard of play and earn the win.
Romsey: played Rockbank and secured the win by a clear 23-goals, holding its position of fourth on the 2019 season ladder.
Why are they going to win
Woodend-Hesket: By playing a smart game in attack and using all defensive styles, the young Hawks will have success against Romsey. Woodend will be playing to improve on their position of eighth
Romsey: it is at the business end of the 2019 season and will be working towards fine tuning their game as they prepare for finals.
Who is going to win
The second round of the 2019 season saw these two teams play against each other. Romsey took the win by 14-goals and will want to improve on that score and take the win.
Last Modified on 02/08/2019 14:28