Round 14 sees the club hitting it out with Lake Macquarie. There is a lot of confidence within, with the club holding a strong win record against them. Our men are at home and our women are away.
Our plate team have the bye which leaves our first grade the only men’s team competing. This will provide high player availability for selection and the home ground advantage will give us a leading edge. A convincing win was had when we last met in round 9 and the boys will be out to repeat.
Following hard fought games in testing conditions in recent weeks, our Roosterettes are eager to warm the vocal cords with a win against Lake Macquarie on Saturday. Its been a bit of a dry spell for our women who were upset by Cardiff last week. The women look to bounce back and have a good chance to do so this round when we celebrate women in the BDAFL.
10am Womens – Tulkaba Park, Lake Macquarie
2pm Cup- Rose Point Park, Singleton