Twins make a late charge

Southern Telegraph - - Telegraph News - Jessie Pa­pain

Man­durah twins Andrew and Jono King have emerged as the dark horses to win House Rules af­ter scor­ing a place in the fi­nal three.

The broth­ers wound up in sec­ond place af­ter the ex­te­rior re­veals on the Seven show on Sun­day night and now just one chal­lenge lies between them and the grand fi­nal.

“I think the key thing is to plan early in the week so we have more time to fin­ish things off per­fectly so the judges can’t pick holes in our de­sign, ” Andrew said.

The men con­fessed it was not the high­est team on last week’s leader­board, Ade­laide’s James “Harry” Har­ris and Kate Whit­ing, but Queens­land glam­our cou­ple Aaron and Daniella Win­ter that they were most afraid of.

“I think Aaron and Daniella are our big­gest threat be­cause they plan ev­ery­thing re­ally well and they rarely ar­gue,” Jono said.

“I think we have kept im­prov­ing each week so if we keep do­ing what we have done so far, that will hope­fully get us to the grand fi­nal.”

The back­yard fea­tures a Ru­bik’s Cube seat­ing area and mini bas­ket­ball court and the sib­lings have en­joyed throw­ing par­ties for fam­ily and friends in the space.

“A few of our fam­ily mem­bers were notic­ing the odd loose nail and things like that but when you only have three days to do it you sort of ex­pect that,” Andrew said.

Pic­ture. Iain Gille­spie

Andrew and Jono King have their eyes firmly on the House Rules grand fi­nal prize af­ter mak­ing it into the semi­fi­nals on Sun­day.

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