Potter brothers set to return

THE Potter brothers, Aaron and Steve, are set to return to the Killarney Cutters side for the Border Rugby League clash with Inglewood at Charlie Andrews Oval tomorrow. The brothers hail from Glen Innes and play at Killarney as they are related to the Watts family.

They will be in the same team as their cousins Jamie and Brett Watts, the two Killarney players in the Border Bushrangers representative side this season.

Jamie and Brett’s father Darryl is the club coach.

Killarney president John Towells said his club was still desperately in need of more players in the wake of player losses following the closedown of the Killarney Abattoir.

“A few of our players are not playing at present as they have new employment and don’t want to jeopardise their jobs due to footy injuries,” Towells said.

“I am confident after another four or five games, our numbers will be better.”

The club is now training on Tuesday and Friday nights which enables players who’ve travelled to the weekend footy to train the night before the game.



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