Warwick Wolves coach Bernie Lopez with striker Nick Spence after he netted three goals against USQ.
Warwick Wolves coach Bernie Lopez with striker Nick Spence after he netted three goals against USQ. Gerard Walsh

Striker flies in from overseas to boost the Wolves

FOOTY: Warwick will host Goondiwindi at 5pm Saturday at Queens Park in a conference-grade game in Football Toowoomba fixtures.

Last weekend, Warwick won 7-0 against USQ.

Nick Spence scored three goals to take his tally to 10, the same number scored by Matthew Carey this season.

Carey has missed the past month of football due to being overseas. He is now home and will boost the Wolves' strike power for Saturday's game.

Fullback Mick Kielly is in doubt with injury but will be given until game time to prove his fitness.

Warwick scored 12 goals in the round-one win against Goondiwindi, which proved with its 1-0 loss to Rockville last weekend that they are a much improved side.

A fortnight ago, Rockville went down to Warwick 2-1.



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