LOSS: Scott Higgins (left) in action against Coleambally. Picture: Les Smith
The Rock-Yerong Creek are keeping their eyes open for a ruckman after the departure of rising star Scott Higgins.
The teenager from West Wyalonghas his heart set on joining on the army and has let theclub knowthathe won’tbe back in 2016.
“It’s a massive loss,” co-coach Andrew Clarke said.
The ruck duties will fall to theexperienced Josh Meiselbachwho was often used atcentre-half-back last season.
Clarke said the Pies would ideally find a replacement for Higginsbut at this stage of the recruiting cycle they’re likely to end up relying on their current list.
“Maybe Timmy Hahn or Lukey Hillier will have to step up and pinch hit from time to time,” he said.
Higgins didn’t have the profile of some of his fellowFarrer League ruckmenbut earnedhigh praise from former coach David Pieper for his efforts particularly when Meiselbach was unavailable in the middle of the season.
TRYC kick off their season against East Wagga-Kooringal at Victoria Park on April 9.
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