Dunsborough Looking To Reverse The Trend

Dunsborough will play their last home game of the season in their maiden year in the competition, and will be looking to go out on a high note when they play Harvey Bulls in round twenty of the SWFL.

Dunsborough have been involved in seven matches where the result has been twelve points or less, with a draw to Bunbury in round six, a loss to Carey Park in round seven by six points, a round eight loss to HBL by ten points, a twelve point loss to Harvey Bulls in round nine,  a twelve point loss to AMR in round ten, along with losses to Bunbury by five points and HBL by a point in the last two weeks.  In four of those matches, the Sharks have been in front at some point in the last quarter, making them the most unlucky side of the season.

The Bulls meanwhile have come off a loss of their own to South Bunbury, and after beating the Sharks in Harvey in the corresponding fixture, will be looking to replicate the result at Dunsborough on Sunday.

Both teams throughout the course of the season have been injury ravaged, but both are close to full strength for the contest.

The Sharks will be very keen if given the opportunity, not to give up a lead as they did against the Lions who came from 21 points down in the final term to win.

Dunsborough will be keen to give their home crowd the win in the clubs final home match of the year, with the club having the second best attendances in the competition, as a way of saying thankyou.  The Sharks would dearly like to take the win, which would almost certainly ensure they won’t receive the wooden spoon, otherwise they may face a showdown with Eaton in the final round for the dubious honour.

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