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Shane Cliff has sent a warning to Murgon Mustangs

RUN: Wondai coach Shane Cliff runs with the ball at the Central Burnett Plate match. Photo Shirley Way / Central & North Burnett Times
RUN: Wondai coach Shane Cliff runs with the ball at the Central Burnett Plate match. Photo Shirley Way / Central & North Burnett Times Shirley Way

SHANE Cliff has sent a warning to Murgon in the lead up to the semi final this weekend.

"I am going to play," Cliff said.

The captain of the Wondai Wolves came onto the field in the second half of his team's match with the Red Ants last weekend to help his side over the line, 28-24.

Murgon Mustangs coach Mark McDonald said the Wondai team needed Cliff.

"They are a completely different team when he is on the field," McDonald said.

McDonald is hoping to have a different look to his Mustangs that went down to Cherbourg last weekend, 38-14.

The coach stopped the match 20 minutes early because of a shortage of players.

"I'm looking forward to it (this weekend). It's a bit of rivalry," he said.

Wondai take on Murgon in Murgon at 2pm on Saturday.

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