Valley boys to step up intensity

TRAINING will be an important component to the Mary Valley Stags bagging victory at home this weekend after posting a loss at the weekend.

Shaping up to the Pomona Cooran Cutters, the Stags lost 22-6, unable to fire on the field.

There was no doubting the heart of the Stags, fighting until the very end deep in enemy territory, but the sheer strength of the Cutters was a telling factor in the defeat.

This weekend, the Mary Valley side plays Palmwoods in Imbil at 3pm.

In what promises to be a big day of footy in the Mary Valley, the curtain-raiser will feature Bribie Island and Beachmere hitting the field at 1.30pm.

The Stags are ninth on the Sunshine Coast C Grade competition ladder but have proven in their maiden season to be full of the grit and skill needed to give their rivals a serious challenge.

As the team continues to settle into a groove, next season is looking very promising as league continues a blazing revival in Gympie.

See The Gympie Times this weekend for a preview ahead of the game.

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