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Katrina Fanning Shield: Round 11 Preview

The Blumers Lawyers Katrina Fanning Shield comes toward the business end as all clubs are looking to unlock form heading into the 2023 finals series.

Tier 1

West Belconnen Warriors v Yass Magpies, 10:30am Saturday 22 July at Raiders Belconnen

The Warriors will be coming into the game off a nail-biting two-point loss last weekend, going down to Goulburn.

Yass on the other hand will be going into the game feeling fresh after having the weekend off after Gungahlin Bulls forfeited their match on Saturday.

Yass have had a very successful year so far finishing in the top tier of the ladder, only going down to the Bulls in the final round of the conjoined competition.

Along with Yass, the Warriors have had a very successful inaugural season so far continuing to stay at the top with some immaculate defence.

This will be a very entertaining match as both sides will be hoping to push their way up early in this new division.

Gungahlin Bulls v Goulburn City Bulldogs, 1pm, Saturday 22 July at Gungahlin Enclosed Oval

The Goulburn City Bulldogs are coming off the back of a thrilling 24-22 win over the Warriors last weekend.

The Gungahlin Bulls will be going into the game rested after forfeiting last weekend’s match against the Magpies.

Gungahlin have had an amazing season, continuing to go undefeated this year so far and will be looking to continue that in their first game in tier one.

This will be a tight game as Goulburn continues to improve each week and Gungahlin continue to stay on their game and break down opposition with their attack.

Tier 2

Queanbeyan Kangaroos v Harden Worhawks, 10:30am, Saturday 22 July at NSWRL HQ Bruce

The Worhawks will be looking to continue their winning ways after defeating the Rams last weekend 38-30.

Harden have had a great season, improving at each round and were close to being placed in tier one.

The Queanbeyan Roos on the other side will be going into the game with fresh eyes after a bye last weekend.

Both teams will be looking to edge their way up the ladder and gain some confidence ahead of a competitive finals series.

Queanbeyan Blues v Woden Valley Rams, 12pm, Saturday 22 July at Seiffert Oval

The Queanbeyan Blues will be going into this round after a successful game last weekend, defeating the Bushrangers 14-4.

The Blues look to be getting some form back into their season as players continue to come back from injury.

The Rams will be looking to come back from their eight-point defeat to the Worhawks last weekend.

The Rams and Queanbeyan have both had a season filled with improvement as both sides are managing to build enforcing teams.

Acknowledgement of Country

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