Barbarians player Daniel DePapi takes on The Waves.
Barbarians player Daniel DePapi takes on The Waves. Mike Knott BUN301016RUGBY7

Baa-Baas aim to continue their run

UNION: The Bundaberg West Barbarians will not be taking The Waves Falcons lightly in the Spring Cup tonight.

The sides will face each other for the second time this season at The Waves Sports Ground.

The Barbarians won on forfeit last month after the Waves, down 24-5 at half-time, were forced to quit after running low on players.

But with a full squad expected for the Waves, the Barbarians expect a different match.

"They are not going to be pushovers and played real well with 11 men in the last match,” Barbarians coach Rob Whyte said.

"They play decent rugby and have a good structure as well.

"We've been pretty pleased and played really well lately so we need to continue that.”

The Barbarians will name a strong line-up and Whyte said the aim was to play a full 80 minutes and outlast the Falcons.

The match starts at 6.30pm with the Pythons taking on Isis at 8pm.



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