Bingera ready to rebound from loss



BINGERA dynamo Brett Kitching admits they were stung by last week's Archem Premier League loss to North Bundaberg and he expects them to rebound strongly against Diggers tomorrow.

Bingera had charged into title calculations with a hat-trick of big wins, but they were forced back to the drawing board with a 4-3 defeat.

They get the chance to redeem themselves against the newlycrowned league champions, who have won their past 11 matches.

"Probably our discipline let us down in the second half - in the first half, we were pretty happy with the performance but we did not continue it for a full 90 minutes,'' Kitching said.

"A lot of guys went hiding and it's something we have to work on but we've got the potential to match any team on our day.

"We'll basically have the same squad again and it'll be up to us to put a good performance together - we've been creating a lot of chances and it's a matter of finishing them, I guess.

"Diggers have been the form team most of the year, but against them last time, we were up 2-nil but went down 3-2.''

In the earlier Archem match on the program, Waves look to return to their best when they take on East Corinthians.

Waves will finish second on the ladder despite their losing three of their past four matches, but Corinthians have nothing to lose and will be keen to finish their season on a high note by repeating their shock NewsMail Cup final victory against Waves in June.



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