Grafton Rhinos v Casino

GRAFTON’S Rhinos will be looking to get their finals bid back on track after last week’s hammering by cross-town rivals the Ghosts punched the stuffing out of Xavier Sullivan’s line-up.

Memories of the 62-16 loss must still be waking the Rhino skipper, who left the field bloodied and with a severely bruised ego.

Against Casino tomorrow, the Rhinos will be hoping to turn around a flat attacking line and “get back to basics”.

“Looking at the game last week the score did not reflect the two teams,” Sullivan said.

“We went away from our game plan and that cost us. We need to work on our speed on the ground to turn that around.”

In a bid to fire the side’s faltering attack, utility Todd Cameron has been thrust from fullback into the number seven with speedster Joel Moss taking his place at the back.

Regan Burley has paid the price for an ineffective game behind an unchanged Rhinos pack.

1. Joel Moss

2. Luke Worthington

3. Dwayne Duke

4. Joe Ravueta

5. Ryan O’Grady

6. Ronald Gordon

7. Todd Cameron

8. Xavier Sullivan

9. Steve Kirby

10. Tim Tilse

11. Josh Harris

12. Neori Kuramalawa

13. Ben Woods



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