Pumas set to bounce back

TASTE OF SENIORS: Moyston-Willaura’s Jake Parsons in action earlier in 2016. Parsons has had a taste of senior football this season. Moyston-Willaura under-16.5 football team will face Hawkesdale-Macarthur in a 2016 Mininera and District Football League semi-final in Ararat on Sunday.
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A semi-final win will leave them one win away from a second consecutive under-16.5 grand final appearance.

Many of the players have a fair amount of finals experience due to the finals efforts from last year.

The Pumas will take plenty of confidence into the semi-finalafter they had a 118-point win over Hawkesdale-Macarthur in round 10.

Moyston-Willaura wasable to keep Hawkesdale-Macarthur to one goal for the game, while scoring 19 goals of their own.

The round 10 match wastheironly encounter so far in 2016.

Moyston-Willaura’sNed Parsons kicked seven goals along with four goals fromRyan Nellthorp in the impressive performance.

Aaron Byron was named best on ground for the Pumas in the round 10 game.

The Pumas finished the home-and-away season in third position.

They had 12 wins for the year.

Hawkesdale-Macarthur finished in fourth position.

Moyston-Willaura lost to Glenthompson Dunkeld in the qualifying final on Saturday.

If the Pumas beat Hawkesdale-Macarthur and Penshurst defeat the Rams then it will set up a qualifying final rematch in the preliminary final stage.

The loser of Sunday’ssemi-final will drop out of the 2016 finals series.

The first bounce will be at 10.15am at Ararat’sAlexandra Oval.

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