Bunnies on road to face Wello

Brayden Peachey has been good for Westside so far in 2017.

Brayden Peachey has been good for Westside so far in 2017.

Two sides coming off heavy losses isn’t usually the recipe for an exciting contest, but that won’t be the case on Sunday when Dubbo Westside travels to Kennard Park to tackle Wellington.

Westside went down 82-4 at the hands of Forbes last weekend, while Wellington felt the wrath of a fired up Nyngan Tigers outfit to the tune of 66-12.

With both sides having a propensity to throw the ball around, the match promises to be a thrilling end-to-end contest.

Add in the fact that both sides have plenty to play for and it makes for an exciting afternoon of football for fans of both clubs

Despite improving a lot since the beginning of the season, Westside are still searching for their first win of the 2017 Group 11 season, while the Cowboys will be banking on the two points as they try to apply pressure on Dubbo Macquarie in the battle for fifth spot.

The first grade contest is expected to kick off at around 2pm.

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