Bays to go a long way to securing finals spot with win

Currently, the Bays are two points plus percentage clear of both Central and Roopena and if it wins and the Roos get beaten, it will all but secure third spot on the ladder.
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Central v Weeroona Bay

Sunday, June 22 – 2.20pm

Venue – Bennett Oval

If Weeroona Bay defeats Central Whyalla on Sunday, it will go a long way to play finals at the end of the season.

Currently, the Bays are two points plus percentage clear of both Central and Roopena and if it wins and the Roos get beaten, it will all but secure third spot on the ladder.

But if Central wins, it will draw level on points and help in its quest to play finals.

After a fairly good first quarter against North, Central was completely outplayed for the rest of the game, failing to register a major in three quarters and that must be a worry for coach Trevor Byles.

If the Bays can apply the same amount of pressure on Sunday, Central will have another hard game and the Bays should have little trouble to record its fifth win of the season.

Both teams rarely play four full quarters, meaning both have a fitness problem, but whichever team gets on top early should be the team to grind out the win.

The Bays have shuffled its defence around slightly, Adam Nicol holding down centre half back, while Lee Ringland has been moved forward and likes nothing better than kicking goals.

Central was missing some of its better players last Saturday and if Daniel Sims, Peter Carter and Adrian Huish return on Sunday, it will have a much better chance of winning.

The Bays should control the midfield, with James Gruitt, Steven Hallam, Rowan Mitchell and co getting their hands on the ball often, but if Central’s midfield can stop the Bays, Central may just get up and win.

Both teams have been inconsistent this season, but with the Bays winning its last two games and seeing how poorly Central played last Saturday, it would be foolish to pick against the Bays.

Central needs all players to put last Saturday’s shocker behind them and if that happens, Weeroona Bay will be in for a tight tussle, but if it doesn’t happen, the Bays should win comfortably.

Central to give its best shot, but the Bays’ running game should be too good for the Roosters.

Weeroona Bay to win by 10 to 15 points, in a thrilling contest.

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