Yenda take on Black and Whites in Group 20

AFTER a game of two halves last weekend against Yanco-Wamoon, Yenda is hoping they will be able to put together a performance for the full 80 minutes against Black and Whites.

CHARGING: Yenda's Geordie McFarlane runs at the Yanco-Wamoon defensive line last weekend. PHOTO: Ron Arel

CHARGING: Yenda's Geordie McFarlane runs at the Yanco-Wamoon defensive line last weekend. PHOTO: Ron Arel

Blueheelers coach Michael Mogliotti said his side have been working on some of the issues his team faced in the second half.

“Fitness and defence is what let us down,” he said.

“If we played the game like we did in the first half I think we would have come away with the win.”

If we played the game like we did in the first half I think we would have come away with the win. - Michael Mogliotti

While Yenda is coming into the game following a 16-all draw with the Hawks, the Black and Whites are coming into the game after a convincing 54-12 win over West Wyalong.

The coach knows going into the game they are going to have to be careful of the wide players.

“They have strength all over the park, but their speed and power out wide stands out,” he said.

“Josh Charles is pretty hand with the ball in the centres for them.

“They were tipping he should be playing NRL last year, so he clearly has ability.”

The game is set to start at around 3pm at Wade Park.

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