Round 3 Preview

Round 3 sees us take on Hawthorn and Beaumaris with the U/19s having a bye. All teams will be looking to put the ledger in positive territory and set us up for an exciting May

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It seems to have been a long time since the Hearts and Bloods took the field but we are back on this Saturday with Round 3 action. The U/19s have a bye so another week of rest for them.

The Hearts take on Hawthorn this Saturday at Rathmines Road Reserve. For that person that still uses Melways it is Map 45 H10. Everyone else can search for it. The game starts at 9.20am so all those south of the Nepean will have to set their clocks early. Like us, Hawthorn have are one and one so this is an important clash early in the season. We did play them in a practice match but that won’t count for much now the real stuff has started. Danny has a lot of new faces this year so the girls will get better as the season progresses,

Banksia Reserve Beaumaris is the venue for the blokes’ battles with the Seniors and Reserves taking on the Sharks. Their seniors, like us, are also one and one having recorded their win last week over Monash Blues. Our lads can go in with a lot of confidence after the stirring win last round and welcome back a few more players. Training has been good this week the home side should hold no fears for our boys. Trevo has been in form and Durras has been good in front of goals. Our young back line continues to do well, while I think our midfield is one of the best going around.

More depth in the ones filters into the Ressies meaning they will be fielding a strong outfit on the weekend and I suspect Disco is eyeing off having his first taste of success as a coach.

Good Luck to all teams.

The next home game luncheon will be taking place on the 18th of May when we celebrate the 1969 and 1989 Premierships. More details to come but spread the word as this will be a beauty.

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