Crocs expected to bounce back

Crocs road game

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The Crocs, pictured here during a recent win over the Cutters are expected to bounce back against the Tigers when the two sides battle it out on Saturday at Watson’s Oval.
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Despite an underwhelming last up loss at home the Crocs are expected to bounce back against North Cairns when the two sides clash at Watson’s Oval tomorrow afternoon.

The Crocs will be keen to show that last week’s loss to the Dogs was a mere aberration in their quest for premiership glory as they look to overcome a Tigers’ outfit still brimming with pride following a breakthrough win over the Hawks’ just two weeks ago.

The club’s first senior men’s win in more than three years was followed by another impressive display last week against the Cutters, in which they pushed the home side all day before eventually being overcome late in the fourth quarter.

The Crocs sit equal second on the ladder with the Cutters.

Meantime, in FNQ Rugby Port travels to Cairns’ northern beaches in hope of a win following last week’s 28-0 loss to the Crusaders.

The Raiders are coming off four straight losses and last tasted a win against the Bulls on May 14 when they won 22-19.


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