WARL: Bears out to bite Bulldogs

There is only one game of WARL action this weekend due to the South Sydney v New Zealand Warriors match taking place at 7.30pm at nib Stadium.

A win for the Bears would see them catapult themselves into second position whilst a victory for the Bulldogs would see them enter a congested race for a top four finals spot.

The dogs will again look to Cairo Takaraingi, who has been impressive despite some big losses in the squad, whilst Willagee have Bjorn Crotty and Jarek Goebel in fine form.

However the home side will be depleted with two of it’s regular starters on duty in South Australia for the Affiliated States Championship.

Jordan Pereira and Anthony Fox make the trip accross to Adelaide, and will leave Willagee looking to their exciting youngsters in Premier Grade for replacements.

Kalamunda are expected to field a full strength squad.

Kick off is at 12 noon today at Webber Reserve, Willagee.

Story courtesy of warugbyleague.com.au

Kristian Dwyer is a journalist with roots firmly entrenched in local Western Australian news specializing in politics and sport and a passion for delivering quality news to the masses. Kristian displays pedigree and quality in journalistic coverage and is a former recipient of the WA Football Media Guild Award for his work on the 2007 Coverage of the WAFL premiership with 990am information radio.

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