The Rams will be aided by reigning Murray league medallist Ash Morris in their match against Tongala tomorrow.June 13, 2014 8:58am
The Deniliquin Rams have named reigning Murray Football League O’Dwyer medallist Ash Morris on a half-forward flank for tomorrow’s home game against Tongala.
The dashing forward/onballer left Deniliquin for South Bendigo at the end of last season, but will play for the Rams on a one-match permit while South Bendigo has a bye.
Morris, 20, kicked 44 goals for the Rams last year to be the club’s leading goalkicker and best and fairest.
He has played nine games for the Bloods this season, kicking 14 goals, and was an emergency for Bendigo Football League’s interleague team.
It is believed he will return to South Bendigo for its match against Sandhurst next weekend.
In a further boost to the Rams’ stocks, premiership captain Anthony Bull will tomorrow line up for his first game of the season.
The hard-working ruckman missed most of the pre-season and first eight games with a groin injury.
Deniliquin vs Tongala at Hardinge St Oval
B: T Amor-Beale, J Pitts, T Bartlett.
HB: D Jordan, B Hall, T Druitt.
C: D Bell, O Draffin, L MacDonald.
HF: C Howe, H Barker, A Morris.
F: J Tyndall, B Macdonald, K Gittens.
R: C O’Connor, T Gallagher, R Gittens.
INT: D Biggs, J Cavallaro, A Bull.
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