BITS Saints will be going all out against the Yeppoon Swans tomorrow with a place in the big game up for grabs.
BITS Saints will be going all out against the Yeppoon Swans tomorrow with a place in the big game up for grabs. THE MORNING BULLETIN.

BITS at near full strength

IT'S all or nothing tomorrow for BITS Saints, as they throw everything at trying to grab a precious grand final berth in the AFL Capricornia competition.

They take on the Yeppoon Swans in the cut-throat clash, and the feathers should be flying, with both teams desperate to meet Brothers in the big one.

BITS Saints coach Adam Dickenson said the inspiring win against Panthers would deliver a huge shot of confidence to the side.

The Swans have had the Saints' measure in the three meetings this season; however the Saints have never taken to the field with a full-strength team.

That changes tomorrow, with almost everyone ready to go. The one exception is Lukas Hall who injured his knee against the Muddies in the last home-and-away game.

Dickenson believes if his midfield can get the better of the Swans small brigade, they'll be in with a show.

“The defence won't be a concern, they've been very solid all year,” he said.

“We've got the forwards to kick the goals, so it's just a matter of getting the ball down to them.”

The Swans' strength lies in their quick ball movement and athleticism and Dickenson will be looking to shut down the key playmakers.

“We need to get off to a good start and play like we did for the last three quarters against the Panthers,” he said.

The winner will play Brothers in the grand final.



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