Can Collie Cause Another Upset?

After downing Carey Park at the Collie Recreation Ground last Sunday, Collie will be out to do the same against South Bunbury at Hands Oval on Sunday, in the final game of round four in the Dale Alcock Homes South West premiership season.

South Bunbury will be a formidable opponent for Collie, with the Tigers yet to lose a match, while the Eagles confidence will be high after their stirring victory over Carey Park.

The Tigers destroyed Dunsborough in the opening round, before accounting for the Hawks and last weekend, Donnybrook to be placed second on the ladder, and have been playing an exciting brand of football, which Collie will need to stop to have a chance of causing back to back upsets.

South Bunbury have had many contributors in front of goal, which also be something Collie will need to curtail, with Richard Bourne, Jace Cormack, Lachlan Riley, Blaine Johnson and Kade Wallrodt kicking 33 goals between them.   Collie are yet to kick ten goals in a match, which will be something they will also need to do if they are to get the victory.

The Tigers have won the last six contests between the two teams.

Match Details
Colts 9.45am, Reserves 11.40am, Women’s 1.30pm, League 3.00pm
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Tyson Lane has had a good start to the season. Wayne Hislop photo