Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong’s bid for back to back wins for the first time this year has been given a significant boost, with Riley Corbett and Glenn Sypott set to be late inclusions for Sunday’s game against Turvey Park.
Corbett, who has kicked 15 goals in his last three appearances, will come back in, along with Glenn Sypott who’s been unavailable for work.
“They’re two pretty handy ins and we’re coming off a good win so that should give us a bit of confidence,” Lions coach Luke Sicker said.
“When we played Turvey earlier in the year, they were a fair bit better than us on the day. But we think we’ve improved a fair bit with our brand of footy we’re trying to play since then.”
At home for a second straight week, the Lions are keen to back up the five-goal win over Narrandera.
“We’ve been trying to focus on staying in games that little bit longer each game,” Sicker said of his young Lions.
“Our best footy is good for a quarter so we’re just trying to stretch it out to half a game then a full game.
“We’ve played some pretty good footy but just been outclassed by the better sides, so that win will give us a bit of confidence.”