Sport

Tough test

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May 18, 2018

Mathoura playing coach Jack Keogh will return from an AC joint injury in tomorrow's clash against Rennie.

It will be a tough return from the bye for Mathoura when they hit the road to face an in-form Rennie tomorrow.

The Hoppers have a 2-3 record from their opening five games, sitting four places higher than the Timbercutters on the Picola and District Football League ladder.

Rennie have beaten Tocumwal and Yarroweyah (10th and 13th respectively on the ladder) and are fresh off an impressive showing against an undefeated Deni Rovers side.

Mathoura are also up and about, coming off the back of a week’s rest and their maiden victory of the season before that.

The Timbercutters’ spirits will be high with the return of playing co-coach Jack Keogh and ruckman Scott Betson into the side.

This will be a tough one for the Timbercutters, but if they can get the job done, it will give them much needed confidence for the remainder of the season.

With the game being played at Rennie however, the Hoppers should be comfortable victors.

Selection: Rennie by 10 goals.

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