INTO THE FRAY: Kildare’s Will Campbell takes a hit-up. Picture: Les Smith
Kildare Catholic College have done everything they can to take the sting out of a tight turnaround between Hardy Shield matches.
The reigning premiers take on Kooringal High School at Parramore Parkon Thursday evening, just 48 hours after a 22-all draw against Wagga High at the same venue.
“It’s pretty tough on them but they’re young and fit,” Kildare coach Andrew Morton said.
“There’s a few bumps and bruises, but wewent down and had a pool session at lunchtime (on Wednesday).
“We’ll be ready.”
Morton indicated Kildare’s only changes from the Wagga High game will be in the front row. He was pleased with their effort in the Shield opener.
“I thought it was a great game. They werea very physical side and the boys did well to wear that,” he said.
The Riverina Anglican College and Mater Dei Catholic College getThursday’s games underway at 4.45pm before Kooringal and Kildare do battle.
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