Q: You missed playing last week against Brock-Burrum?
A: I copped a calf injury which can happen when you get older. I'm a rough chance to play against Holbrook this week but there is a general bye next week.
Q: Henty were able to push Brock-Burrum to the limit last week apart from the final 10 minutes?
A: Unfortunately we couldn't quite hold on but it's a long season and we still took a bit of confidence out of the performance. But we are by no means happy with honourable losses.
Q: It was the first time Henty had come up against Damian Cupido since he switched clubs. Did you use that as motivation?
A: A little bit but 'Cupes' is well liked and is a ripping fella. We obviously knew what his strengths were and I thought Brayden Skeers battled hard against a much bigger opponent.
Q: Brock-Burrum are starting to hit ominous form in the countdown to finals?
A: The Saints top-liners are playing well and it's difficult to combat Matt Seiter in the ruck because he is such a big unit and dominates the hit-outs.
Q: The rumour that Sam Murray could be at Henty before the clearance deadline won't go away?
A: I think it's just a rumour and Sam was quite content at Wangaratta Rovers when I last spoke to him about three weeks ago.
SATURDAY, JUNE 26
CDHBU v Billabong Crows
Culcairn v Osborne
Henty v Holbrook
Jindera v Howlong
Lockhart v RWW Giants
Murray Magpies v Brock-Burrum
The Giants have snuck under the radar to sit third on the ladder and get the chance to consolidate their lofty standing against Lockhart. The Demons dropped three matches in-a-row before bouncing back against Billabong Crows last week. They are always a tough nut to crack at home and if Jordan Harrington and Jesse Margosis can get off the leash the Demons will fancy their chances of springing an upset.
Verdict: RWW Giants by 16 points
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