Cutters will have the numbers

KILLARNEY Cutters president John Towells says he is confident the club will have a full A-grade squad on Sunday for their Border Rugby League (BRL) match against the Stanthorpe Gremlins.

The Cutters’ last game before the Easter break against the Texas Terriers was called off by the officials early in the second half as Killarney did not have enough players on the field.

“The first week we were a bit low on numbers but we should have a fairly good team on Sunday and show them that we’re still in it,” he said.

“We’re just starting to come back (after the Killarney Abattoir closure) and it’s just going to take us those initial three or four games to get back into ‘em.

“Both teams will have players backing up after representative football on Saturday. We’re looking pretty good.”

The Gremlins won their first game of the BRL and also won the pre-season competition, after defeating Killarney last year to win the A-grade final.

The match will kick off at 2.30pm at Charlie Andrews Oval.

In the other match of the round Texas will host Tenterfield on Sunday at 2.30pm, while Inglewood has the bye.



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