TAC CUP - Murray Bushrangers vs Calder Cannons

MURRAY BUSHRANGERS vs CALDER CANNONS

ROUND 16 TAC CUP – SUNDAY 16 AUGUST 2015

12.30 PM – WANGARATTA SHOWGROUNDS

 

The Murray Bushrangers return to the Wangaratta Showgrounds this Sunday to take on the Calder Cannons in what is a vital clash as the Bushrangers aim to secure a TOP 4 place on the TAC CUP ladder.

 

The Bushrangers will be strengthened by the return of four State League players with Albury trio Nick Coughlan, Lachlan Tiziani and Dylan McDonald back into the side along with Mooroopna’s Clayton Oliver. Bushrangers coach Darren Ogier was pleased to have the talented youngsters back in the squad “Each of these young men have performed well at State League level, the challenge for them this week is apply what they have learnt within the TAC CUP.

 

Also returning to the side are Harrison Tanner (Albury), Trent McMullan (Wodonga) & 206 centimetre ruckman Kyle Galloway (Deniliquin).

 

“The Calder Cannons are traditionally a very tough outfit to play against, they move the ball well through the midfield and will provide plenty of scoring options up forward”. “As we have most of the season we will have a height advantage and will be looking to stretch them down back where the likes of McMullan, Josh Schache & Josh Minogue can take full advantage” Ogier said.

 

“Last weeks bye came at a good time for the group, we took the opportunity to rest a few of our players as we approach the business end of the season, as a club we are looking forward to this weekend against quality opposition”.

 

This weeks game is at 12.30pm on Sunday 16 August at the Wangaratta Showgrounds. Any queries regarding the Bushrangers please contact Talent Manager Lee Fraser.

 

 

 

Backs

Lachlan Tanner 22

(Albury)

Brady Sharp 40

(Myrtleford)

 

Ryan Garthwaite 25

(Corowa-Rutherglen)

 

 

Half Backs

Harry Morrison 22

(Benalla)

 

 Nick Coughlan 16

(Albury)

Lachlan Tiziani 29

(Albury)

 

 

Midfield

Luke Smith 4

(Congupna)

 

 Clayton Oliver 10

(Mooroopna)

 

 Louis Pinnuck 47

(Strathmerton)

 

 

Rucks

Mitch King 1

(Wodonga)

 Murray Waite 19

(Wang Magpies)

 

Fletcher Carroll 5

(Albury)

 

 

Half Forwards

Dylan McDonald 13

(Albury)

 

Josh Minogue 21

(North Albury)

 

 Ethan Boxall 50

(Chiltern / W-Raiders)

 

Forwards

Trent McMullan 18

(Wodonga)

 Josh Schache 23

(Seymour)

 

Jy Simpkin 2

(Mooroopna)

 

Interchange

Levi Middleton 12

Finley)

 

Billy Robertson 38 23rd Player

(Albury)

 

Jake Marshall 26

(Deniliquin)

 

 

 Max Canfield 24

(Yarrawonga)

 

Kyle Galloway 36

(Deniliquin) 

 

 

 

Emergencies

Zach Sproule 20

(Albury)

 

Harrison Payne 31

(Corowa-Rutherglen)

 

 Bowen Smith 17

(Nathalia)

 

 

 

 

IN – Harry Tanner (Albury), Nick Coughlan (Albury), Lachlan Tiziani (Albury), Dylan McDonald (Albury), Clayton Oliver (Mooroopna), Trent McMullan (Wodonga), Kyle Galloway (Deniliquin), Jy Simpking (Mooroopna)

 

 

 

OUT – David Mennen (Collingwood VFL) ,James Cousins (Elbow) Bowen Smith (Nathalia), Zach Sproule (Albury), Jake Page (Albury), Harry Boyd (Shepparton), Isaac Wallace (Wodonga), Matt Neagle (Wodonga Raiders)

 

 

POS

TEAM

P

W

L

D

B

F

A

%

PTS

1

North Ballarat

14

12

2

0

0

1247

807

154.52

48

2

Dandenong Stingrays

14

11

3

0

0

1197

966

123.91

44

3

Murray Bushrangers

14

10

4

0

0

1145

851

134.55

40

4

Oakleigh Chargers

14

9

5

0

0

1076

851

126.44

36

5

Eastern Ranges

14

8

5

1

0

1071

966

110.87

34

6

Geelong Falcons

14

7

4

3

0

1049

951

110.30

34

7

Gippsland Power

14

6

7

1

0

1083

913

118.62

26

8

Calder Cannons

14

6

7

1

0

990

1007

98.31

26

9

Sandringham Dragons

14

4

9

1

0

750

950

78.95

18

10

Northern Knights

14

2

12

0

0

910

1164

78.18

8

11

Bendigo Pioneers

14

2

12

0

0

709

1280

55.39

8

12

Western Jets

14

1

13

0

0

739

1352

54.66

4

 

 

 




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