ZEROING IN: Bingera's Brett Kitching says the team's goal is to keep a clean sheet against the Jets.
ZEROING IN: Bingera's Brett Kitching says the team's goal is to keep a clean sheet against the Jets. Paul Donaldson BUN130517FOOT4

Bingera readies for tough week

THIS week could define the success Bingera has this season as a club.

The side faces the KSS Jets tomorrow before facing Bargara in the semi-finals of the NewsMail Cup on Tuesday.

To finish the week the side then faces Brothers Aston Villa, the toughest test in football at the moment, on Saturday.

"This is our most crucial part of the season,” Bingera coach Brett Kitching said.

"We could be in a final and in with a good shot in the title race if we have a good week.”

The biggest dilemma facing the side is getting everyone through games.

"We are pretty bare and we have a squad of 13 first team players to get through the game,” Kitching said.

"We'll be relying on our seconds and thirds to play.”

Bingera will be without Laurie Stephenson, who has impressed in his recent return to the division 1 side.

But while the big games are coming, the side is definitely not underestimating the Jets.

"We've got to be all over them early and keep our intensity from recent weeks,” Kitching said.

"The goal is to also keep a clean sheet and keep our run in attack going.

"We're not over confident heading into any game but we know what we're capable of in the competition.”

The game is at 6pm tomorrow at Martens Oval.



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