Crocs and Hawks to square off again in Port Douglas


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Oscar Dodge keeps his eye on the ball for Port Douglas. IMAGE: Supplied.

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PORT Douglas face Manunda Hawks on Saturday at the Port Douglas Sporting Complex.

Last year’s grand final combatants will lock horns again in what promises to be an entertaining contest after a couple of tough matches this season.

The Crocs eventually overpowered the Hawks in their round 10 meeting by 35 points, while in round four the margin was only 10 points.

The Hawks are sitting inside the top four on percentage and will be eager to pull a surprise.

MEANWHILE veteran croc Andrew Macleod will play his 300th game for the club tomorrow in the reserves match.

Macleod, the reserves coach, is a dual senior premiership player (2001, 2016) and is an admired figure at the Port Douglas Sporting Complex.

Saturday 11 August, 2pm
Port Douglas v Manunda Hawks
Port Douglas Sporting Complex



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