Tullibigeal Lake Cargelligo take on DPC in Group 20

TLU's James Williams
TLU's James Williams

After a comfortable win over Hay last weekend, Tullibigeal Lake Cargelligo is hoping they can continue their form as they return home to take on Darlington Point Coleambally.

Coach James Williams hoped it would build the side’s morale.

“Heading into last week's game we were just treating it like a big match,” he said

“After that game, the boys have got their swing back.”

The game was highlighted by a seven-try performance from Ethan Williams which broke the previous record of six tries also set against Hay.

The Sharks will also be welcoming two new additions to the side which Williams is hoping they will be great inclusions.

“There is nothing wrong with what we have, but hopefully these guys can add to our side,” he said.

“The thing we are missing is a bit of strength and these guys should be able to add to that.”

The game will get underway at Lake Cargelligo Sportsground at around 3pm.