Jamberoo Superoos need to cause an upset

JAMBEROO will need to cause an upset in at least one of their two remaining games if they want to guarantee their place in the final.

While the Superoos currently hold fifth spot, the luck of the draw favours their cross-town rivals Kiama, who are two points behind in sixth.

The Roos will need to take some points either out of this week’s clash with Warilla-Lake South or next week’s game against Shellharbour, or they will have to rely on other results to go their way.

FORM PLAYER: The in-form Mark Asquith will be hoping to help Jamberoo spring an upset over the top of the table Warilla-Lake South on Saturday. Photo: DAVID HALL

FORM PLAYER: The in-form Mark Asquith will be hoping to help Jamberoo spring an upset over the top of the table Warilla-Lake South on Saturday. Photo: DAVID HALL

Their form has been pretty good in the last two weeks, but they will need to step it up another level if they are going to knock the top of the table Gorillas off their perch.

The Gorillas draw with Gerringong last week could potentially open the door for Shellharbour to snatch first spot from them, so they will be hoping to win their two remaining games and wrap up the minor premiership.

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