LEETON-WHITTON and Narrandera will be going head-to-head on Saturday in a fight to bring home their third win of the season.
Both sides have recorded two wins each this year, but only one can leave Narrandera Sportsground on Saturday afternoon with a third victory to their name.
It will no doubt be a close contest between the two sides, who are not just neighbours, but also rivals.
The sides are relatively evenly matched in 2021, but the Crows have been enjoying solid patches of form in recent weeks.
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This weekend Kyle Pete will be available again after serving a one-match suspension following on from a fiery contest at Coolamon a fortnight ago.
Doubts surround whether or not injured coach Sam Darley will be available for selection, but he will be taking every measure possible to do so.
The Crows are coming off a loss to Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong, which was played in miserable winter conditions at Leeton Showground last weekend, while the Eagles received a lesson in football from Collingullie-Glenfield Park a week ago.
Last time the two sides met was in round five when the Crows came out on top 7.12-54 to 4.10-34.
Since then Leeton-Whitton's only other win has been against the Griffith Swans on July 4.
The Crows have certainly improved in the second half of the season and will be using what they learned to throw everything at the Eagles.
Narrandera's home ground should also be of advantage to the Crows game style.
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