Gulls plot special win

YEPPOON are desperate to send inspirational leader Corey Munns out a winner in the Rockhampton Local League semi-finals at Browne Park this weekend.

However, standing in their way are the red-hot CQU Norths Chargers.

Both teams clash in the main game at Browne Park tomorrow, with Rockhampton Brothers and Fitzroy-Gracemere locking horns in the other play-off.

Yeppoon coach Graeme White has had a week to forget after the club's record 110-5 loss to Gladstone Brothers in the final round of the CQ Extended League.

Injuries and work commitments have decimated the former premiership powerhouse in recent weeks, but White is confident his players can produce "something special'' against the Chargers tomorrow.

One player White will be looking for inspiration from once again is captain Munns, who has worn his heart on his sleeve in every game this season.

Munns is set to leave the club at the end of the season due to work commitments.

White said the club would love to repay Munns for his hard-work with a premiership.

"You can't fault the guy, he puts his heart on the line all the time and we want to send him out a winner,'' White said.

"He realises the club has to rebuild and has really taken the young players under his wing.''

Reserve grade semi-finals will be played at Browne Park today before the under-19 and A-grade finals start from 10.30am tomorrow.



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