THE Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs may have little to play for as far as their season goes, but they can make life difficult for their opponents.
Sunday’s clash at Mollymook Oval with the top of the table Warilla-Lake South Gorillas is a bit of a mismatch on paper, but it is what happens on the paddock that counts.
The Bulldogs have not had a good season, but they did pick up a win in their last outing, which should give them some confidence.
The Gorillas have had a couple of tough weeks recently, but looked to be back near their best in their last game, where they thumped Berry 52-4.
With the exception of captain Andrew Diomei, they are basically putting out their strongest team and should be capable of picking up another two points and moving one step closer to securing the minor premiership.