Shaw kicks 100th goal for un­beaten Crocs

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

From Page 40 But as the Crocs go into the fi­nal game of the reg­u­lar sea­son against Cen­trals at the Crocpit on Satur­day, they will have to do with­out sev­eral in­jured stars, in­clud­ing Shaw’s brother Craig who may be out for the sea­son with a par­tially rup­tured Achilles.




Brad Cooper are also in doubt af­ter pulling up with sore groins, Luke Bloom is not ex­pected to play due to a shoul­der in­jury and Lu­cas Teas­dale is also doubt­ful due to in­jury.

Crocs coach Andy Vi­ola said he ex­pects his side to con­tinue their bril­liant form re­gard­less of in­juries or op­po­si­tion.

“Sammy Box­all is back for us this week so hope­fully we can fast-track his match fit­ness,” he said.

“Benny McCart­ney was great for us last week play­ing up for­ward so we’ll con­tinue to toss a few things around and keep our op­tions open.”

The Crocs re­serve grade side will also look to ce­ment sec­ond place on the lad­der with a win on Satur­day.

The fi­nal home game of the sea­son is Ladies Day with women in­vited to a chicken and champagine soiree as the blokes man the can­teen with heaps of great prizes up for grabs, in­clud­ing ac­com­mo­da­tion and spa treat­ments val­ued at $700.

Re­serves start at 1pm with the main game start­ing at 3pm.

Mile­stone man: Matt Shaw eyes an­other mark. Photo by Brett Pas­coe

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