Jamberoo Superoos hope to get back on track

TIME TO SHINE: Jamberoo Superoos centre Josh Saunders will be hoping for a big game as his side looks to bounce back on Sunday. Photo: DAVID HALL

TIME TO SHINE: Jamberoo Superoos centre Josh Saunders will be hoping for a big game as his side looks to bounce back on Sunday. Photo: DAVID HALL

THE Jamberoo Superoos will be hoping to start getting their season back on track when they take on the Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs on Sunday.

Both sides featured in last year’s finals series, but are currently out of the equation and in danger of missing out if they lose many more games.

The Superoos have slipped to seventh on the table, but they will be right back in the mix for the top five if they can get the win.

While the Bulldogs are only one position lower on the table, they are five points behind the Roos and would probably need a miracle to make the finals from here.

Both sides have been without a win for a while, so the two points will no doubt give the winner a much-needed confidence boost.

It should be a close game, but the Superoos will fancy their chances on their home soil. 

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