Nearing the business end of the season

Football News Neville Seccafien

The football season is fast approaching the business end – the finals – with less than four matches remaining in the home and away season.

The Two Wells Football Club sees all four of its grades currently in the top four with anticipation they will continue this form and reach the finals.

The B grade side has continued with its good form and is currently sitting in second position, having only lost three games for the season.

This is even more commendable considering some weeks due to player injuries, work commitments and holidaying there has been up to 15 players unavailable for some games.

The consistent form of Matt Sincock, Cameron Franklin, Ben Stubing and Luke Tryfopoulos has been crucial during the last four or five weeks when numbers were down.

The Adelaide Plains Football League A grade competition is experiencing a very even but unpredictable season, with the top five sides all within two premiership points of each other and vying for only four spots in the finals.

Two Wells’ A grade team has found itself sitting in fifth position, having only won two of its last six games.

A run of hamstring and calf injuries to Andrew Hardiman, Sam O’Brien, Lee Henderson and Peter Seccafien has contributed to this indifferent form.

This, coupled with the unavailability of Lee Allmond, Ben Spiteri and Theo Markou, through overseas travel, has seen up to seven first-choice A graders missing on any given week.

The club hopes with the return of these players in upcoming matches we’ll see a good month of footy leading up to the finals, hopefully gaining a top two spot on the premiership ladder.

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