FIVE QUESTIONS WITH HAMISH CLARK
Q: How have you enjoyed being back at your home club after a stint with Bullioh?
A: I've noticed the standard is a bit higher but it's just a relief to be back playing after what happened last year.
Q: Ash Murray is another Bullioh recruit. How many goals can your big mate kick in the Hume league?
A: Ash hasn't been getting the best delivery but we are improving each week and getting to know how each other plays. I think 80 plus goals is a realistic target for the big fella.
Q: Matt McDonald is in impressive nick for his age?
A: I thought Matt was only 29 until he showed me his driver's licence and I can't believe he is 39. 'Macca' is a real workhorse and bobbed up with four goals last week which he was quick to tell everyone about after the game.
Q: You have got your fair share of ink. Are you thinking of adding any more tattoos in the near future?
A: I've got a few sessions booked in to get a few tattoos finished but I'm not planning to get anything major done.
Q: Do you expect dual Azzi medallist Peter Hancock to play seniors this season?
A: I'm not 100 per cent sure. I know he played reserves in round one after he had Thursday night tea at the clubrooms for free and felt a bit guilty. The big fella loves a free feed.
SATURDAY, MAY 15
Brock-Burrum v Culcairn
Holbrook v Murray Magpies
Howlong v Lockhart
RWW Giants v CDHBU
Osborne v Jindera
Billabong Crows v Henty
MATCH OF THE ROUND: RWW Giants v CDHBU
CDHBU sit second on the ladder with a 5-0 record but questions remain whether the Power are a genuine finals contender or have merely capitalised on a friendly draw. Saturday's clash with the Giants is the Power's chance to make a statement. The Giants are yet to hit their straps and desperately need to find a reliable avenue to goal. The home side will have to keep close tabs on Power dangerman Corey Smith who can prove to be a match-winner if given the space.
Verdict: Giants by 11 points.