Ready to do greats proud

The Weekend Post - - Sport -

JACOB GRAMS to be a part of, es­pe­cially with the cal­i­bre of play­ers that have played be­fore,” he said.

Jol­ley, who was sur­prised to make the side, is an en­ter­tainer on the field and has vowed to keep spir­its high off it dur­ing the nine hours they will spend on the bus in the next two days.

“I love a good sing. I might an­noy the boys when I’m singing, but it’s what gets me through my game,” he said.

Noel Un­der­wood said he was look­ing for­ward to tak­ing on his for­mer North­ern Pride team­mate Davin Cramp­ton.

“They’ve got a pretty strong team ... there’s a few from Cairns in there,” he said. “But I think we have a strong squad. We just need to put it to­gether.”

Hezron Murgha has over­come an an­kle in­jury and will line up at full­back, but Keiran Hayes could not shake a calf in­jury. Ben Coc­ci­olone will take his place in the 19, while Moss­man’s Kalani Anau will start on the wing af­ter Justin Castel­laro with­drew.

The re­sults of the two matches will be added to Fo­ley Shield stand­ings in­clud­ing In­trust Su­per Cup clubs.

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