Nowra-Bomaderry Jets back on their home soil on Sunday

THE Nowra-Bomaderry Jets will get a chance to bounce back when they play host to the Port Kembla Blacks at Nowra Showground on Sunday.

The Jets got a bit of a reality check in their last hit out, where they were beaten 54-18 against the Gerringong Lions.

But with the exception of the Gerringong game, they have been in good form of late and will take plenty of confidence into Sunday’s clash.

While the Lions have now moved back into third, the Jets are only behind them on for and against and are still in a very strong position to make the finals.

KEY MAN: The Nowra-Bomaderry Jets will be looking for a big performance from lock Mat Rouen as they look to bounce back against the Port Kembla Blacks on Sunday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

KEY MAN: The Nowra-Bomaderry Jets will be looking for a big performance from lock Mat Rouen as they look to bounce back against the Port Kembla Blacks on Sunday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

Being back on their home turf, where they beat the second-placed Shellharbour City Sharks 34-32 in their last outing should also give them a boost.

Their opponents Port Kembla are sitting in last place on the table, but Jamberoo learned the hard way that they cannot be taken lightly.

The Blacks will be full of confidence after coming within four points against Warilla and defeating Jamberoo, but it is a game the Jets should win if they want to be there in the finals.

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