Harvey Bulls will host Dunsborough on Sunday at Harvey Oval with the new team venturing to Harvey for the first time in a match where there is plenty at stake.
Both teams have had plenty of injuries of late, and Harvey will be desperate to get the four points to stay in touch with the top five, while the Sharks, who have lost a couple of matches narrowly in recent weeks, will be looking to take down a big scalp.
The match has additional interest with Brad Holmes set to kick his 1000th Career Goal (541 South Mandurah, 257 Peel Thunder, 25 Peel (Combined team), 25 Kambalda, 2 WACFL, 1 Western Australia & 147 for the Harvey Bulls), with Holmes currently on 998. Needing two goals for 1000, three goals will see the star forward kick his 150th goal for the Bulls, and they well need all of them to beat a determined Dunsborough, who have already shown they can kick high scores.
Chris White and Cameron Dean have been two of the main goal kickers this season for the Sharks, with 26 goals between them and will cause plenty of headaches for the Bulls backmen, who last week were terrorised by Leigh Kohlmann of South Bunbury.
Reece Duffield (inset picture) has been playing well along with Patrick McGinnity and Max Paterson, giving the Bulls several players who will need close attention. Conversely, the Sharks will need to give Lloyd Beever and Andrew Haydon plenty of respect, with both players getting plenty of possessions in recent weeks.
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