OUT OF MY WAY: Mudgee Wombats’ David Walton avoids Trangie defence in round 5.Saturday presents itself as an opportunity for the Mudgee Wombats’ second fifteen to lift themselves from the bottom of the Australian National Field Days Cup northern division ladder.
The Wombats’ second side has showed improvement in the past month and another win appears to be just around the corner.
The side travels to Cumnock this weekend in search of their second win for the season and coach Angus Rae believes his squad can get the job done.
“We had about 10 or 11 players at training on Tuesday night and I’m sure there will be more tonight [Thursday] and I’m confident of taking a full team down there. If we can do that we’ll give it a good shake,” he said.
“We beat Cumnock here at home and they are a bit like us and can be short one of two players at times. However because they are at home I expect them to have a full squad and they’ll be better prepared.”
Rae said he is proud of the way his side has been improving, particularly in the past three weeks, but there is still plenty to work on.
“Our defence has been pretty good but Yeoval scored twice through big gaps last week and that’s what undid us. I have addressed it along with work on our rucking and mauling because ball security has to be your number one priority,” Rae said.
The Wombats’ second coach said he was happy to often have a selection of younger players in his side because they were enthusiastic.
He said the older players were helping to guide younger ones and it could be seen by the improvements on the paddock each week.
Mudgee Wombats’ first fifteen also play away this weekend to second placed Trangie.
After scoring no points against Coonabarabran last Saturday the Wombats will be looking to make amends and take away a surprise win from the Tigers.
Firsts coach George Hamilton said his side will be looking to bring a “hail storm” to Trangie.
“I’d really love to beat them. We beat them earlier this year so I know we can do it. We need to run hard, tackle low and score points. It’s simple but it works,” he said.
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