Bingera still on track

BINGERA skipper Simon Rehbein says not much has changed since the resignation of successful coach Geoff Kirby three weeks ago, but knows they will face their first real test under new mentor Brandon Thompson tomorrow night.

The NewsMail Cup champions face Moore Park and a win would all but consolidate a top four spot running into semi finals.

“It's a pretty important one for us, no doubt about it,” Rehbein said.

The captain said the resignation of their former coach had rocked the team at the time, but they had found a like-for-like replacement in Thompson.

“He's been watching what we've been doing over the past few seasons and is keen to continue us in that direction,” Rehbein said.

“We know what we're doing on the field and he's just taken over in the coaching capacity.”

While Diggers fly high there is a dogfight on for the remaining semi-final positions.

Brothers Aston Villa, Across The Waves and Moore Park are also in the race for a spot.

Diggers will look to extend their unbeaten Archem season against North Bundaberg tomorrow at Martens Oval.



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