Great Western faces Woorndoo-Mortlake

KEY PLAYER: Brady Miller was the Lions' best in round one.

KEY PLAYER: Brady Miller was the Lions' best in round one.

Great Western will look to build on its performance against SMW Rovers in round one when it comes up against Woorndoo-Mortlake on Saturday.

The Lions lost by 33 points in round one and will need to be better defensively if they are to bring home the points after the match against the Tigers.

Shannon Notting booted six goals in the season opener and will need more support in the forward line if the Lions are to kick a winning score and notch up its first win of the 2017 season.

The Tigers finished with 20 scoring shots in round one, but will likely be more accurate in familiar conditions at home.

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Only one Woorndoo-Mortlake forward kicked multiple goals, as opposed to the Lions’ two.

New recruit Brady Miller will again be pivotal to the Lions chances of winning after a best on ground performance for his team in round one.

First bounce is scheduled for 2.15pm.

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