The only way is up for the Mudgee Wombats.
A week after hitting rock bottom courtesy of their 118-5 defeat to Orange City, things can’t get much worse for the competition’s cellar dwellers.
For the remaining four weeks of the competition, a clearly frustrated Wombats coach Justin Sutherland wants his team to leave nothing on the field as they look to rebuild for the 2015 Blowes Clothing Cup season.
“We want to be competitive in all of our [final] matches,” a fired-up Sutherland said
“Lets be honest, it’s unlikely we are going to beat [Bathurst] Bulldogs, [Orange] Emus and Dubbo Roos but it doesn’t mean we can’t be competitive.
“If I could have the side we had a few weeks back [for Narromine] then we would be in with a show.
“We will try and get over with a win against Parkes [in round 17].”
The step up from Central West Rugby Union’s second tier competition to the Blowes Cup has been a difficult one, and one Sutherland expected.
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