YOUNG’S Reserve Grade Reggies are looking for their second win this weekend against the Tumut Blues.
Rolling of the sweet taste of victory last weekend against the Wagga Kangaroos the side are ready to tackle what could be a tough game.
Co-coach Ian Close said that it’s always a challenge in Tumut’s cold climate.
“We will certainly know we’ve had a game of footy on the final bell,” Close said.
“They are always big, tough and quick at home and we will really have to get some consistency in our side for the full game to clench a win up there,” he said.
But that win is only a game away and Young’s form is continuing to improve despite being plagued with injury.
“We have been hit with a couple of injuries from last week’s game, so once again our side gets a shake up It will be a must to start the game as we did last week and get a good roll on & complete our sets & get to the kick,” Close added.
But that feeling of victory is strong.
“Our confidence is up and we feel that our boys are hungry enough to bring home the two points on offer,” he said.
Young’s first grade captain coach praised the work of the Reggies co-coaches this week.
“Those guys deserved to win against the Brothers two weeks ago and they deserved the win last weekend,” Branighan said.
“It’s a credit to the coaches Ian Close and Ray Spring,” he added.
The one thing all three coaches have agreed on is a strong crowd.
“It makes a huge difference for us to have a good crowd - we did last weekend in Wagga and it sure does help,” Branighan said.
Reserves - 1.10pm
First Grade - 2.30pm