Giant Ram prop hit off bench

GIANT young Muswellbrook prop Adam Tearle forms part of a barnstorming bench NSW Country coach Scott Mieni believes can spear his side to victory over Queensland Country in Blackwater near Rockhampton today.

Mieni doesn’t know much about the opposition but is impressed by his side, especially the bench players.

“We’re strong across the park but I am relying on the bench to be a real force for us,” Mieni said Thursday night.

“We’re hoping to inject them at the right time – that’s where I think we might have a bit of an edge.

“The experience of Danny Vaughan and Paddy Gibson and the youth and size of Adam might let us catch them (Queensland) with their pants down, so to speak.”

Tearle was called into the side as a late replacement for Darren Porter and can make his mark by producing some big hits and charges when called upon.

He’s the only current Northern Division player in the squad although former Inverell star Chris Bailey, now playing in Newcastle, is at lock.

Also former North Tamworth halfback Warrick Colley is the five-eighth.

Originally from Mudgee, Colley is now playing with Erina on the Central Coast.

“He and Craig Field give us a lot of experience in the halves,” Mieni said.

“We’re looking for a good combination from them and hooker Darren Jockson (Dubbo Macquarie).

“And Bails (Chris Bailey) is also an important part at lock.

“He gives an extra option on both sides of the ruck.

“You can never have enough options.”

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