Eagles out to make it two consecutive wins | Mininera and District Football League

PRESSURE: Ararat Eagle Lachie Bond takes a mark against Great Western in round 15. Picture: PETER PICKERING

PRESSURE: Ararat Eagle Lachie Bond takes a mark against Great Western in round 15. Picture: PETER PICKERING

Ararat Eagles will be out to make it consecutive wins for the first time in more than two years when they face bottom-placed Caramut on Saturday.

The Eagles are coming off a win against Great Western and will be keen to extend their winning streak to two games after knocking off the Swans earlier in the season in Ararat.

The Swans have one win to their name from 15 games with a loss on their home ground all but ensuring they finish the season with the wooden spoon and moving the Eagles two wins clear.

The Eagles finished with one win in the 2016 season and a third win this year will keep the players positive they are on the right path going into another long preseason ahead of the 2018 season.

Great Western will face a tough challenge to try and get back on the winners list, as the Lions host Wickliffe-Lake Bolac.

The Magpies are trying to lock in a top three four spot and the Lions will have to be at their best for four quarters to cause one of the upsets of the 2017 season.

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