The Ghosts will look for a similar passionate performance against Ballina following their classy win against Lower.
The Ghosts will look for a similar passionate performance against Ballina following their classy win against Lower.

Ghosts in high spirits

By TONY WHITE

THERE'S nothing like a win to boost a club's confidence.

"Training's been upbeat with high numbers on both days," Grafton Ghosts coach Matt Mckee reported in the lead-up to tomorrow's important encounter against Ballina Seagulls at Frank McGuren Park.

"There's a great feeling in the club, positive and enthusiastic."

Translating the first grade teams natural high after beating Lower Clarence 30-16 last week will be put to the test tomorrow.

The Ghosts have made one change with Scott Kilduff replacing Arron Marscham at prop.

Marscham spent two days in hospital with concussion following a heavy knock against the Magpies.

GRAFTON GHOSTS: Fullback, Phil Warby; wingers, John Carney, Warwick Brown; centres, Brad Johnson, Chris Adamson; five-eighth, Don Dickson; halfback, Bob Davison; props, Matt Michael (c), Scott Kilduff; hooker, Jason Vidler; second-row, Brett Wicks, Shaun Davison; loack, Josh Ryder; reserve, Mitch Cooper. Coach: Matt McKee.



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