Noradjuha-Quantong welcomes Taylors Lake | Horsham District league

LAST CHANCE: Noradjuha-Quantong's Seb Relouw stands on the mark against the Saints two weeks ago. The Bombers' finals hopes are fading. Picture: SEAN WALES
LAST CHANCE: Noradjuha-Quantong's Seb Relouw stands on the mark against the Saints two weeks ago. The Bombers' finals hopes are fading. Picture: SEAN WALES

NORADJUHA-QUANTONG is on the verge of improving on its 2017 tally of five wins. 

The team has taken the four premiership points on five occasions so far this season and would be confident of a victory on Saturday against Taylors Lake. 

Although the Bombers are now relying on other results to fall their way if they want to play finals, senior coach Gareth Hose said the side just needed to keep winning

“We don’t give ourselves a chance of playing finals if we don’t win the next two games against Taylors Lake and then Kalkee,” he said. 

“We have had a good break with the bye but to be honest training hasn’t been as good after the break with a few people away. 

“We are just approaching these last two games knowing we need to play our best football and be at our best. Percentage could be a deciding factor for finals come the end of the season.”

The Bombers’ list is relatively healthy although key player Jason Kerr is not a certainty to play against the Lakers. 

“I think we might lose Jason Kerr but we aren’t sure, he strained his hamstring against Edenhope-Apsley but has been rested since then,” Hose said.

“We will see how he pulls up. Apart from that we should have most of the squad to pick from.”

Hose said he might look at rewarding some youngsters in the final two games of the regular season.

“We might even consider playing a few juniors who have been playing well just to give them a bit more senior experience at the end of the season,” he said.