Clinton out to prove their worth

By GREGOR MACTAGGARTmactaggartg@gladstoneobserver.com.au

CLINTON'S standing as one of the Capricornia Soccer League's top teams gets an acid test tonight when they host CQU Berserker at Clinton Park.

The Greens have lost three of their last four games and life doesn't get any easier against the second-placed visitors.

With Nerimbera and Southside United on their tails as the finals draw near, it is imperative the Greens get a positive result tonight.

Coach Gary Larsen is certain to have his boys ready to go, with kick-off at 7.30pm.

Fellow Gladstone side Central face a massive task when they host top-side Frenchville at Sun Valley Park.

Frenchville are dominating the league this season and come into this match with just one loss in 13 matches.

Central coach Lyle Spvye has his team prepared for a battle and said if his players were at their best they could cause an upset.

'You never know in soccer, if you take your chances anything can happen,' Spvye said.

"We know it is going to be tough, but the confidence is there and we will definitely be trying to win.''

Kick-off is at 7.30pm.

Meanwhile, BITS make the trip up the Bruce Highway to play Bluebirds at Webber Park. A win to BITS would boost their slim finals chances.

If Lee Veenhoven can fire up front, the Islanders definitely have the ability to take all three points back to Boyne/Tannum.



Dolls help heal Gladstone mum's postnatal depression

Dolls help heal Gladstone mum's postnatal depression

A New Auckland mum has a collection of a dozen dolls

O'Dowd's call for party unity to gain voter support

O'Dowd's call for party unity to gain voter support

Nationals member wants Liberal Party to 'get on with the job'.

Company buys $1.5m of property for Agnes projects

Company buys $1.5m of property for Agnes projects

Stockwell has launched two new residential projects.

Local Partners