Bluebirds do or die with hope their ally

BLUEBIRDS United are embarking on a mission impossible type quest in the Capricornia Soccer League.

In preparing to host BITS at Webber Park tonight the scenario is simple for Bluebirds ? they must gain points from every remaining game (five games) and rely on other results going their way. Their last five outings include two games against CQU Berserker.

Their finals boost could receive a further injection tonight with talk that Josh Chelepy could return to the Bluebirds' midfield.

Other players ready to tackle the end-of-season challenge are captain Bradd Dillon, playing centre midfield this weekend, and wide right Neil Rattenbury.

Bluebirds face a BITS team trying to regather some winning momentum following last week's loss to CQU Berserker which followed a forfeit against Clinton and a reduced game, due to a lack of player numbers, in their loss to Nerimbera Brothers.

However, Bluebirds coach Paul Wilton is not discounting his opposition being well aware of this team's strengths. Round 15 (July 16) ? Bluebirds United v BITS (Webber Park), Parkana v Cap Coast (Parkana), Frenchville v Central (Ryan Park), Clinton v CQU Berserker (Clinton), Southside United v Nerimbera Brothers (Jardine Park).

Points ? Frenchville 34, CQU Berserker 31, Nerimbera Brothers 24, Southside United 22, BITS 16, Bluebirds United 14, Cap Coast 11, Central 8, Parkana 4.



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