DOG FIGHT – Jets have Magpies in their sights

ON THE FLY: Berry-Shoalhaven Heads Magpies forward Harrison Strong takes on the Jets defence during their clash earlier this season.THE Jets and the Magpies are waking from a lifeless first half to breathe fire into the ladder for a heated clash this Saturday. 苏州美甲培训学校

The two teams meet in this weekend’s round 13 of the VB South Coast group 7 local derby to determine who is the best local team.The Nowra-Bomaderry Jets have continued to demonstrate their velocity with a remarkable climb to third on the ladder after numerous wins throughout the season. The Jets 50-10 loss last weekend against the Batemans Bay Tigers has not dampened their spirits and they remain hunger for victory.The Berry-Shoalhaven Heads Magpies ran rings around their opponents in last week’s match against the Warilla-Lake South Gorillas, who couldn’t manage a single try through the Magpie’s flock and attack defence. This was the a fifth win for the Magpies, a nested victory they are determined to defend.Supporters will need the heat from the field for warmth on what looks to be a cold late (6:30pm) game on Saturday night at Nowra Showground.With the Jets determined to get back on their winning streak and the Magpies set to cement theirs, the game looks to be a cracker.If the Magpies defeat the Jets they will join them on equal points third on the ladder.When the two teams collided in round four, the Jets snapped up a 38-16 victory as they began to ignite and emerge as a fierce contender for this year’s South Coast Group 7 title.One thing’s for sure, the big question on everyone’s minds this weekend is who will win?This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 苏州美甲培训学校.