Warwick Wolves player Kelly Tester with the ball.
Warwick Wolves player Kelly Tester with the ball.

Wolves howling

WARWICK Wolves had three opportunities against Willowburn on Sunday but couldn't get in front in any division.

The Warwick premier ladies should have overtaken their opponents but this wasn't to be in the first half, with Warwick going into the break 2-nil down.

The side fired in the second half and managed to get one goal but ran out of steam and went down 3-1.

The reserve men's side started slowly.

Willowburn capitalised on their strong attack and found the back of the net.

Warwick striker Andy O'Donnell was shut down quickly any time the side got the ball through to him.

Warwick players came out refreshed and ready and started holding their positions well. This paid off with a goal, finishing the game at - all.

The premier men's side was caught unawares against a strong Willowburn.

When the final siren sounded the score was 5-nil, with Warwick reeling and wondering what happened to the strong start they had to the season.

Coaching staff have urged all players to attend training regularly as numbers have dropped off and the results speak for themselves.

The club heads to Toowoomba next week to face South Hawks.



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