Ground: Central Park, Stawell, tomorrow, 2.20pm.
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Last time they met: Round 13, 2011. Stawell 10.8 (68) d Dimboola 7.14 (56).

DIMBOOLA coach Gary Davidson is confident the Roos will bring a four-quarter effort against Stawell tomorrow.

The Roos made a sluggish start against bottom-placed Nhill in round seven, only up by 17 points at half time before breaking away to record a 66-point win.

“It was a pleasing performance in the second half last week. The guys realised that even a 10 per cent drop in a lack of intensity in senior footy will hurt you,” Davidson said.

“The guys in the midfield responded to the challenge that was given at half time.

“Simon Nuske hasn’t traditionally played midfield for us and he played well and Ryan Bell in the past two weeks has been really good and he’s improving.”

Ruckman Chris Coulthurst will come into the Roos’ side which will still be without key playmakers Hamish Exell, Clancy Bennett and Nigel Sibson.

Stawell coach Andrew Bach said the Warriors, with just one win to their name, were refreshed after the bye.

“We have to play our game and put pressure on the Dimboola guys when they have the ball and hopefully when we get the ball we use it well,” he said.

“Peter MacFarlane is a very good player for them and Lachie Exell is bagging goals and is a proven player forward as well as back and Daniel Baker is a half back flanker who gives them plenty of run and carry.

“Our blokes have to be mindful of that and stick to their man.”

In other games, Warrack Eagles face Minyip-Murtoa, Horsham Saints will hope for a win against Ararat and Horsham hosts Nhill.

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