Young team ready to rock

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

THE suc­cess of the Isis Devils in the A-grade com­pe­ti­tion of the Bund­aberg Rugby League has come at the worst time for the Isis Crush­ers in the 2014 Spring Cup.

The Crush­ers play their first game to­mor­row against Waves Fal­cons in Bund­aberg, and with plenty of play­ers un­avail­able for the game be­cause the Devils are march­ing on in the BRL sea­son, the Crush­ers know it’s go­ing to be a tough open­ing few weeks to the sea­son.

Crush­ers for­ward coach Greg Col­lier said there had been a tal­ented young team as­sem­bled, and while all was look­ing good for a few years time when the play­ers ma­tured, this sea­son, even after the first few games, might be tough, and the learn­ing curve would be steep for the young play­ers.

Isis is host­ing three rounds of the Spring Cup sea­son, with the first games on Septem­ber 26 – Isis v Bar­bar­ians and Waves Fal­cons v Tur­tles.

The sec­ond round of games at Childers Show­ground is on Oc­to­ber 25 – Tur­tles v Bar­bar­ians and Isis v Waves Fal­cons. The last games at Childers will be on Novem­ber 22 – Waves Fal­cons v Bar­bar­ians and Isis v Tur­tles.

There are 12 rounds in the Spring Cup, and the lead­ing team at the end of the sea­son goes straight to the grand fi­nal on De­cem­ber 12. Teams two and three play in the pre­lim­i­nary fi­nal on De­cem­ber 5.

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