Embattled Eagles eye Kangaroos scalp
Kambalda will look to move off the bottom of the Goldfields Football League standings when they host Kalgoorlie on Saturday to launch round 13.
Both teams are coming off big losses, with Kambalda without a win since upsetting defending premiers Railways in round 4.
Kalgoorlie opened the season with six straight losses before hitting back by outclassing Kambalda in round 8 and notching a come from behind win over Railways in round 11. The Roos occupy fourth spot over Kambalda by percentage — 68.54 compared to the Eagles’ 63.27.
The round will be completed on Sunday when Railways play Mines Rovers at Sir Richard Moore Sports Centre.
Both league games start at 3pm.
A general bye applies on the weekend of July 11-12 due to the GFL’s inter-league clash in Esperance.
Mines Rovers’ Wesley Mason-Stevens attempts to get around Kalgoorlie’s Chris Adams.