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Roosters aim for fifth straight win

ON THE RUN: Singleton Rooster Dylan Hixon pictured in Round 6 (the last time his side faced off against Warners Bay).

ON THE RUN: Singleton Rooster Dylan Hixon pictured in Round 6 (the last time his side faced off against Warners Bay).

Few sporting clubs in the region have showcased such a month of dominance than the Singleton Roosters in July.

Flashback to June 26 and the undermanned unit would sit seventh on the AFL Hunter Central Coast senior table with a 3-7 record and a disappointing percentage of 37.91.

A few days earlier they were unable to register a single major against Terrigal Avoca; limited to a Conrad Smith behind in a one sided 19.23 (137) to 0.1 (1) affair.

Fast forward one month (to the exact day) later and Andrew Scott’s men now find themselves with a healthy 7-7 record (63.22%) thanks to last week’s upset win over Cardiff.

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Tomorrow afternoon the Roosters will also be aiming for a third straight away win when travelling to Warners Bay, a feat they have yet to achieved since their promotion to the top tier competition.

Earlier in the day, the Roosters’ reserve side (10am) and women’s side (12pm) will both travel to Terrigal Avoca.

FINAL FIXTURE

Seniors

Round 15 – Warners Bay (away)

Round 16 – Killarney Vale (home)

Round 17 – Nelson Bay (away)

Round 18 – Newcastle City (home)

Women’s

Round 15 – Terrigal Avoca (away)

Round 16 – Warners Bay (away)

Round 17 – Bye

Round 18 – Newcastle City (home)

Reserves

Round 15 – Terrigal Avoca (away)

Round 16 – Killarney Vale (home)

Round 17 – Bye

Round 18 – Newcastle City (home)

By Alex Tigani 
(Singleton Argus) 
26/07/2019

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