Lions face tough challenge in round 10 | Mininera and District Football League

CAPTAIN: Brady Miller provides strong leadership. Picture: Peter Pickering

CAPTAIN: Brady Miller provides strong leadership. Picture: Peter Pickering

Great Western will get another chance to notch up its second win of the season when the Lions host Hawkesdale-Macarthur in a round 10 match on Saturday.

The Lions faced Caramut in round nine and lost by 20 points but a return to their home ground could be the catalyst for a big performance.

The visitors have started to get their season back on track and sit in eighth position with four wins and will be a tough challenge for the home team.

Great Western has been building and have improved their losing margins dramatically since last season but to take the next step, they need to start winning some games but Hawkesdale-Macarthur’s depth across the ground will not be easy to overcome.

The Lions have found it hard to hit the scoreboard at regular intervals in games but will need to find a way if they are to grab the four points.

First bounce is at 2.15pm at the Great Western Recreation Reserve.