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Devils' reserves rest up

CRUISING to an easy victory over the Nambour Crushers last weekend has given the Gympie Devils Reserve grade an injection of confidence ahead of next weekend's encounter against Caloundra.

Unlike its A Grade counterpart, the Reserve side is assured of a finals' berth, having secured third position on the ladder.

Consequently, the last round of competition against Caloundra is not troubling coach Greg Rendell.

“We have third and that won't change despite what happens against Caloundra,” he said.

There are hopes the side will go all the way after last year rounding out the bottom of the competition. The side will rest and take a “low key” approach to training this weekend.

CRUISING to an easy victory over the Nambour Crushers last weekend has given the Gympie Devils Reserve grade an injection of confidence ahead of next weekend's encounter against Caloundra.

Unlike its A Grade counterpart, the Reserve side is assured of a finals' berth, having secured third position on the ladder.

Consequently, the last round of competition against Caloundra is not troubling coach Greg Rendell.

“We have third and that won't change despite what happens against Caloundra,” he said.

There are hopes the side will go all the way after last year rounding out the bottom of the competition. The side will rest and take a “low key” approach to training this weekend.

Gympie Times


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