FOLLOWING a convincing opening round win against Huskisson-Vincentia, the Shoalhaven United Bears will be looking to continue their strong form in round two of the Shoalhaven District Football Association.
The Bears will travel to Emmett Street Oval to new boys Callala, in the Brumbies' first ever home game in the top grade.
"It's always great to start the season with three points, especially against a very strong Huskisson outfit - which contains one of the best attacks in the competition," Bears coach Alex Dicker said.
"Despite being down 1-nil at half-time, our boys never dropped their heads and used their superior fitness to score three second half goals against the Seagulls.
"In saying that, there's still areas we need to improve on ahead of our second match, such as defending on the counter attack.
"It's hurt us a couple of times this year already, I just don't hope it becomes our achilles heel.
"We just need to be smarter when we do have possession and think about the next phase of play, to hopefully counteract those counter attacks."
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On the flip side, the Steve Monslave's Brumbies will be looking to rebound from their opening round loss to Sussex 2-nil and secure their first points in the top grade.
In other round two games, the Seagulls will travel to Lighthouse Oval to battle Milton-Ulladulla, Manyana will host Illaroo, St Georges Basin will entertain Bomaderry and Shoalhaven Heads-Berry and Culburra will lock horns at Vic Zelaand Oval in an attempt to claim their first points of the season.
Sussex Seahawks have the bye in round two.