Cutters at home for footy but most codes are away
FOOTY: The Watts brothers, Brett and Jamie, will both play for the Killarney Cutters for the first time in a fixture game this season.
Due to work commitments, only one has played in each of the early fixtures.
Club president Aaron McKinney said Brett would most likely play in the back row.
"Jamie will again be hooker after scoring four tries last weekend,” McKinney said.
"Both started their senior footy for the club and have returned to play for the Cutters this season despite living away.
"Jamie works at Glen Innes and Brett is at St George,” he said.
The game against Inglewood at Killarney on Saturday at 2.30pm will be for the Bob Garred Memorial Shield.
"We will have to stop Roosters half Brent Osborne if we want to win,” McKinney said.
THE Water Rats need a win tomorrow at St George to boost their finals chances in B-grade rugby union this season.
Warwick went down 32-5 last weekend to Rangers and coach Vlad Savovski is hoping for more continuity in the Rats play in St George.
The Warwick women have the weekend off and will next play on June 10.
THE Warwick Wolves will play two games in football fixtures in Toowoomba on Sunday.
After going down in both grades to USQ last weekend, Warwick will play West Wanderers at 1pm Sunday in reserves and 3pm in premier.
The Warwick colts have the weekend off as they prepare for the President's Cup final in early June.