Bulls find some grunt to renew bid for top-four sport

THE Ipswich City Bulls breathed new life into their bid for a top- four spot by beating Park Ridge 6-3 on Saturday night.

However, the Capital League 2 team needed a backline reshuffle after the Fancourt brothers Mark and Richard withdrew due to illness. Chris Heidler and Luke Slater filled their roles with debutant Heidler scoring.

After leading 2-1 at the break, the Bulls played better football in the second half at Hubner Park.

Attacking midfielder Ben Robson and regular goalscorer Zygan Condie each netted a double.

"That was a pretty good performance,'' coach Nev O'Sullivan said.

However, the Bulls Reserves had an uncharacteristic poor showing in losing 3-0.

Western Spirit's Capital League 1 side lost 8-0 to Pine Rivers United.

Spirit's improving Reserve grade side lost 2-0 at Kippen Park.

The Reserves side has been bolstered by Ipswich Grammar trio Corey Lucas, Andrew Jarrett and Aaron Montoro.



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