Accuracy will set up win for Hoppers

Kristian Cary says accuracy will be the key for he and his teammates. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYN

Kristian Cary says accuracy will be the key for he and his teammates. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYN

TALENTED North Albury youngster Kristian Cary says accuracy is the key to the Hoppers breaking their run of near misses against Myrtleford today.

North Albury has lost its past three games by no more than four goals, with nine-point and 14-point losses leading into Saturday’s defeat to Corowa-Rutherglen by 22 points.

The Hoppers had chances to win all three games.

“Hopefully we can get over the line this week,” Cary, 19, said.

“Our accuracy has been pretty bad.

“We’ve really focused on that and making sure we take our opportunities.”

Cary, who was vice-captain of the Murray Bushrangers last season, said the Hoppers were wary of the Saints this afternoon.

“We’re pretty cautious of them,” he said.

The young midfielder said he was rapt to be at Bunton Park this year.

“It’s good to be back in the green and gold,” he said.

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