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Vultures return home for a crack at Thunder

Vultures Colts' player Joseph Reuter takes on the defence of Bengals in their Gridiron Queensland clash in Toowoomba last month.
Vultures Colts' player Joseph Reuter takes on the defence of Bengals in their Gridiron Queensland clash in Toowoomba last month. Nev Madsen

THE Toowoomba Valleys Vultures men remain on the hunt for their first season win while the Colts will be looking to build winning momentum when they return for home games today.

The Vultures open men's team faces Griffith Uni Thunder at Herb Steinohrt Oval from 6.30pm.

The Colts come up against the Sunshine Coast Spartans at 1.30pm.

While the Vultures sit on the bottom of the ladder in the men's division, Thunder has two season wins under its belt.

Vultures Colts are sitting mid-table after two wins and a draw from their opening six games.

After drawing 6-all with Rangers three weeks ago, Vultures Colts returned from a bye weekend to down Stingrays White on the road last week, 28-6.

The Spartans sit just three points ahead of Vultures on the Colts' ladder and the Toowoomba team is sure to fancy its chances today of racking up successive wins.

Topics:  gridiron toowoomba valleys vultures twb sport


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