CLEAN skills and accountability are going to be top priorities for Gunnedah Bulldogs coach Andrew George as his side prepares to tackle the Tamworth Swans on Saturday.
The Bulldogs will meet the in-form Swans in round 13 of the AFL North West competition after a resounding 188-point win over Moree.
George said his side would treat this week’s game “just like any other”.
“The Swans are a tough team to get a read on,” he said.
“They have had some good wins and I’m not quite sure what to expect.
“Our guys are usually pretty good at taking each game as it comes and if we just focus on the things we try to do well every week we should go ok.”
The first year coach said his side would be looking to continue their clean skills and goal kicking from last week’s win.
“I would really like to see our guys move the ball cleanly like they did last week and work hard to be as accountable as possible when we don’t have the ball.
“If we do that I think we will go well.”
The Gunnedah Bulldogs will take on the Tamworth Swans from 2pm on Saturday at Tamworth’s No.1 Oval.