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Friday, August 14, 2015

New Norfolk v Brighton tomorrow

SFL Season 2015
Round 16 Preview

NEW Norfolk makes the short trip over to Pontville tomorrow (Saturday) to take on Brighton and would be keen to keep building on its preparation for a tilt at the Eagles' fourth SFL senior flag in succession.

As it gets to the pointy end of the season it’s no surprise that the experienced names like Belcher and Thompson have returned to appear as key players amongst the list and will be providing extra headaches for opposition coaches.

Brighton has been solid in its performances of late and is a definite challenger for a finals berth, but letting New Norfolk get away in this one will not help the cause. Ryan Bailey has been in outstanding form for the Robins and is sure to have a very close watch from one of the Eagles best players.

Last year's William Leitch medalist Caden Wilson has been in great form for the Eagles and is definitely leading from the front and given there has been a wide spread of goal scorers for New Norfolk for the last few weeks their scoreboard efficiency should see a comfortable margin in this game.

Player to watch: Michael Thompson (New Norfolk)

Prediction: New Norfolk by 45 points.

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