MYRTLEFORD co-coach Brad Murray wants the Alpine Saints to back up their impressive second half showing against Albury when they host Wodonga today.
Despite going down to the Tigers by 74 points last week, Myrtleford managed to boot just one less goal than the Ovens and Murray heavyweight in the second half.
“It was the first half that let us down,” Murray said.
“We played some pretty good footy in the second half against a very good side, so hopefully that can roll into this week.
“We need to do it for four quarters, not just a half.”
Murray is more than wary of Wodonga.
The Bulldogs broke through for their first win of the season with a 20-point upset of Corowa- Rutherglen last week.
“They’ll be up and about,” Murray said.
“They’ll be pretty to keen to get another one on the board so we need to be ready for them.”
The Alpine Saints have injected plenty of youth this year and will add another today when Lachlan Dale — son of former coach Andrew — makes his debut.