Jeparit-Rainbow is set to host up-beat Noradjuha-Quantong

EXPERIENCE: Shaun Bray kicking the ball out of danger.

EXPERIENCE: Shaun Bray kicking the ball out of danger.

NORADJUHA-QUANTONG will have a challenge ahead when it faces high-flying Jeparit-Rainbow on Saturday. 

Bombers coach Heath Francis said it would be a tough contest. 

“We talked together at training and decided we are just going to try to take the game on,” he said. 

“We will try to do a lot of run and carry. 

“They are a big strong team who will be looking for a stop-start game so we will just try and get them to chase us.” 

Francis will field a similar line-up to the Bombers’ round seven clash with Rupanyup. 

He said the senior side is up-beat after its second win of the season. 

Francis said his side was looking to improve from its encounter with the Storm in 2016. 

“Last year they gave us a bit of a touch-up,” he said. 

Francis said Seb Relouw and Zane Batson were performing well.