THE Greens will hit be able to get a glimpse of where they are at when they take part in the West Wyalong Knockout this weekend.
Leeton is the only team from the shire taking part in the knockout, but there are other Group 20 teams hitting the road for the annual hit out.
The Greens will take on Gundagai under lights on Friday night at 8.20pm.
Should they defeat the Tigers they will be bound for the first quarter-final on Saturday evening where they will play the winner of the Wagga Kangaroos and Woden game.
Greens coach Brent Pike wasn’t too fussed on whether or not his team won during the knockout.
“It’s always nice to win, but we just want to go, play footy and have a bit of fun,” he said.
“We’re taking over a fairly young side, so it will be good for them to have a run around.
“They are pretty keen and it gives us a good chance to have a look at where everyone is at.”
The Greens league tag side will also take part in the competition under new coach Jayke Stevenson.
Their first match will be on Saturday at 11am against the Wagga Kangaroos.
Pike said all grades had been enjoying a solid pre-season.
“We’ve been getting some solid numbers at training,” he said. “It’s been a good start for everyone so far.”
Friday, February 24
7pm: Tullibgeal-Lakes United Sharks v Wagga Brothers
7.40pm: Forbes Magpies v Southcity Bulls
8.20pm: Leeton Greens v Gundagai Tigers
9pm: West Wyalong Mallee Men v Young Cherrypickers
9.40pm: Wagga Kangaroos v Woden Valley Rams
10.20pm: Orange CYMS v Temora Dragons
11pm: Bathurst Panthers v Albury Thunder
Saturday, February 25
11am: Forbes v Young
11am: Wagga Roos v Leeton
11.30am: West Wyalong v Cootamundra
11.30am: Young v Yenda
12pm: Leeton v Gundagai
12pm: Cootamundra v Cobar
12.30pm: Yenda v Forbes
12.30pm: Gundagai v Wagga Roos
1pm: West Wyalong v Cobar
1.30pm: Fifth ranked team v sixth ranked team
2pm: Pool one winner v pool two winner
2.30pm: Seventh ranked team v eighth ranked team
3pm: Pool three winner v fourth ranked team
3.30pm: Plate final; winner game 10 v winner game 12
4pm: Cup final; winner game 11 v winner game 13
Cup winner takes home $1500 with the runner up winning $500.
Plate winner takes home $300 with the runner up winning $100.
Best player in both finals takes home $50.
Quarter-final one: 5pm; Wagga Roos/Woden v Leeton/Gundagai
Quarter-final two: 5.40pm; Bathurst/Albury v Yenda
Quarter-final three: 6.20pm; West Wyalong/Young v Forbes/Southcity
Quarter-final four: 7pm; Orange/Temora v TLU/Brothers
Semi-final one; 7.40pm; quarter final one winner v quarter final two winner
Semi final two; 8.20pm; quarter final three winner v quarter final four winner
Final; 9.30pm; semi final one winner v semi final two winner
Winner takes home $10,000 with the runner up winning $2500.
Semi-final losers take home $500 and quarter final losers take home $300.
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