Eagles determined to make a flying start

A SLOW start to last season has left the Muswellbrook Eagles weary of their Medowie opponents heading into Saturday’s opener at Victoria Park.

Despite belting Medowie 5-1 at home and 7-3 away last season, the Eagles’ first grade side struggled to find form early in the competition.

They drew their first round 3-all against Merewether Advance and were beaten 5-0 by Raymond Terrace just two weeks later.

However, attacking midfielder Andrew Spradbrow said the Eagles were determined to get off to a flying start this time.

“We beat them pretty easily in both games last season but we are not going to be over-confident against them,” he said.

“We were a bit slow to get going last season so we’re taking them seriously.”

Spradbrow said the Eagles had a full-strength side for the opening round, which hadn’t been readily available throughout the pre-season.

He also praised the early form of captain-coach Lindsey Smith and Jaydan Klus.

Both players have shown their adaptability in being able to rotate between midfield and defence.

The opening clash kicks off at 3pm.

FOCUSED: The Muswellbrook Eagles will look to grab an early goal in their opening match against Medowie tomorrow.

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