LOWER set to host over-40s decider at Harwood after knocking off Coffs Harbour in emphatic fashion.
A STRUGGLE for player numbers and commitment has forced a once proud club to pull the pin on the upcoming season.
THE arch-rivalry between Grafton High and South Grafton High will ignite on the surface of McKittrick Park in the opening round of The Daily Ecxaminer Shield.
TWO players from the Sydney Swans' AFL ranks will make the trip up the Pacific Highway as they aim to inspire the future stars of Aussie rules in Grafton.
WESTLAWN will be keen to knock over the Tucabia tail when the side resumes at 6-96 next weekend.
THE CLUB'S leading bowler was undeniable at JJ Lawrence Field as he took nine wickets in a day to leave Coutts scrambling to save an outright loss.
AFTER a dire start for Tucabia Copmanhurst, Buchanan and Hackett restored the innings with a determined century stand.
SOUTH Grafton's favourite son Hugh Stanley will get his first run back in the red and white as the club takes on the Coffs Coast 9s.
GOSSEN will add plenty of depth to the Coutts Crossing seam attack as they aim to make a late run for the GDSC Premier League finals.
GET your first look at Grafton Ghosts latest first grade acquisition, former English championship player Brad Billsborough.