Maitland Saints games against Newcastle City transferred to Max McMahon Oval

BIG FUTURE: Maitland Saints vice-captain Riley Newstead.

BIG FUTURE: Maitland Saints vice-captain Riley Newstead.

The Maitland Saints will look to continue their recent dominance over former nemesis the Newcastle City Blues on Saturday.

All three Saints games have been transferred to Max McMahon Oval, with the women kicking off the day from 9am.. 

Maitland’s best is still to come this season after bolstering their ranks with several Black Diamond Cup experienced players and the continued development of their young core of players.

Pat McMahon has taken his game to a new level this season again earning BDAFL representative honours with skipper Wade Beard.

Generation next is led by talented midfielder Riley Newstead, who at 17 is club vice-captain.

Reserves kick off a 11am on Saturday, with seniors at 1pm.

Seniors: Clint Warneken, Harry Harbrow, Hughie Matheson, Colin Carroll, Dylan Bennett, Dean Notman, Andrew Thompson, Ryan Lloyd, Travis Magyar, Jack Doyle, Chris Pedler, Nick Mcmahon, Wade Beard, Ben Crowley, Joshua Button, Anthony Mudd, Mike O'Connor, Michael Peate, Aiden Damico, Dustin Spriggs.

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