A booming hurdle for Rhinos

The big Woodbridge Cup games continue this weekend when the Trundle Boomers host Manildra Rhinos at Trundle in all three grades. 

The Boomers have been in good form having won four straight games while the Rhinos have won three on the trot. 

Trundle’s form at home has will brilliant, Adam Hall’s side likely to start favourites over a Manildra side that lost to Peak Hill Roosters at home last Sunday. 

From all reports the Rhinos were down on numbers last weekend, and will need to be at full strength if the club plans on charging past the in-form Boomers. The day kicks off at 11.20am with first grade to kick off at 2pm.

In other round seven games defending premiers Condobolin Rams host Eugowra Eagles on Saturday looking to continue their recent run of form, which includes knocking off competition leaders Cargo.

The Peak Hill Roosters won’t be taking Canowindra Tigers lightly in what is traditionally a high scoring affair.

While in the final game of the round, the Grenfell Goannas play last-placed Burrangong Bears in Young, a game the Goannas are expected to win in a canter. 

Competition leaders Cargo Blue Heelers have the bye.

In youth league of the second division competition, Trundle takes on Manildra, while Condobolin hosts Eugowra in what should be two hard fought games. Canowindra has the bye.

While in league tag Condobolin takes on Eugowra on Saturday. And on Sunday Trundle plays Manildra, Peak Hill will face Canowindra and Burrangong takes on Grenfell.