TAC CUP - Murray Bushrangers vs Western Jets

The Murray Bushrangers take on the Western Jets this Sunday 2 August at Deakin Reserve in Shepparton. Sitting in 3rd place on the ladder the Bushrangers will be looking to further entrench themselves in the TOP 4 to ensure a double chance in the finals series.

 

Talent Manager Lee Fraser was trilled to bring TAC CUP football to Shepparton for the first time this season . “We had a clash with cricket finals earlier in the season which meant that we have had to wait until Round 15 to play a game in Shepparton. “As a club we receive enormous support here in Shepparton from the local media, local clubs and in particular the coaches who continue to promote talented young footballers into our programs”.

 

“A Sunday game will hopefully enable a number of locals to come out and enjoy TAC CUP football. The Bushrangers under the guidance of TAC CUP Coach Darren Ogier are playing an exciting brand of football with a number of talented players across the ground”.

 

200cm Seymour Key Forward Josh Schache is coming off a 5 goal match winning performance last week and shapes as a key to this weekends match. Benalla duo Harry Morrison and David Mennen will provide class across wings and at half back whilst Jake Marshall (Deniliquin), Louis Pinnuck (Strathmerton), Bowen Smith (Nathalia) & James Cousins (Mansfield) will look to provide drive through the middle of the ground

 

Albury’s Billy Robertson will make his debut this week,

Bushrangers Coach Darren Ogieris looking forwards to

seeing the athletic teenager at TAC CUP level. “Whilst

Billy is still learning the finer details of the game he will

provide great run and excitement through the wing

and across the half forward”

 

Experienced players Luke Smith (Congupna) and Murray

Waite (Wangaratta) return to the side from whilst Mansfield

Youngster James Cousins is also back into the team.

 

This weeks game is at 1.00pm on Sunday 2 August at

Deakin Reserve in Shepparton

 

Any queries regarding the Bushrangers please contact

Talent Manager Lee Fraser.

 

 

 

Backs

Matt Neagle 48

(Wodonga Raiders)

Brady Sharp 40

(Myrtleford)

 

Ryan Garthwaite 25

(Corowa-Rutherglen)

 

 

Half Backs

David Mennen 11

(Benalla)

 Max Canfield 24

(Yarrawonga)

James Cousins 33

(Mansfield)

 

Midfield

Harry Morrison 22

(Benalla)

 

 Jake Marshall 26

(Deniliquin)

 

 Jake Page 8

(Albury)

 

Rucks

Mitch King 1

(Wodonga)

Murray Waite 19

(Wang Magpies)

 

Isaac Wallace 15

(Wodonga)

 

 

Half Forwards

Josh Minogue 21

(North Albury)

 

Zach Sproule 20

(Albury)

 

 Ethan Boxall 50

(Chiltern / W-Raiders)

 

Forwards

Luke Smith 4

(Congupna)

 Josh Schache 23

(Seymour)

 

Levi Middleton 12

(Finley)

 

Interchange

Louis Pinnuck 47

(Strathmerton)

 

Billy Robertson 38 23rd Player

(Albury)

 

Fletcher Carroll 5

(Albury)

 

 

Bowen Smith 17

(Nathalia)

 

Harry Boyd 32

(Shepparton)

 

 

 

Emergencies

Max Lynch 36

(Albury) 

Nate Trotter 28

(Euroa)

 Tom Gardiner 9

(Mansfield)

 

 

 

IN – Murray Waite (Wangaratta), Luke Smith (Congupna), James Cousins (Mansfield), Billy Robertson (Debut – Albury)

 

 

 

OUT – Wil Brodie (Hand), Jy Simpkin (Scotch College), Nick Coughlan (Footscray VFL), Trent McMullan (Wodonga)

 

 

POS

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

For

Agst

%

PTS

1

North Ballarat Rebels

13

11

2

0

0

1089

742

146.77

44

2

Dandenong Stingrays

13

10

3

0

0

1122

910

123.30

40

3

Murray Bushrangers

13

9

4

0

0

1084

796

136.18

36

4

Eastern Ranges

13

8

4

1

0

1006

808

124.50

34

5

Geelong Falcons

13

7

3

3

0

1004

861

116.61

34

6

Oakleigh Chargers

13

8

5

0

0

994

778

127.76

32

7

Gippsland Power

13

5

7

1

0

993

868

114.40

22

8

Calder Cannons

13

5

7

1

0

895

939

95.31

22

9

Sandringham Dragons

13

4

8

1

0

694

875

79.31

18

10

Northern Knights

13

2

11

0

0

837

1082

77.36

8

11

Bendigo Pioneers

13

2

11

0

0

641

1185

54.09

8

12

Western Jets

13

1

12

0

0

684

1291

52.98

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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