The Norwood Football Club will look to record their first win of 2018 against the Panthers on Sunday afternoon at Coopers Stadium.
After a tough 11-point loss to the Double Blues last week, the Redlegs will look to go one better against a tough South outfit that made light work of the Bays on Good Friday.
Norwood FC Head Coach, Jarrod Cotton will be forced to make one change, with small forward Ed Smart ruled out due to unavailability.
Youngster Chris Olsson is added to the squad of 23, along with forward Harry Viney and running weapon Luke Wilson.
On a pleasing and positive note, Norwood is set to welcome back gun midfielder Brad McKenzie through the reserves on Sunday afternoon.
After undergoing knee surgery in the pre-season it’s a timely return for McKenzie, after a best on ground effort the last time these two sides faced off.
The Redlegs will also unveil former Central District midfielder Josh Glenn through the reserves.
Glenn will make his first appearance in the red and blue after joining the club from Willaston.
Glenn’s ability to impact on the scoreboard as well as use the ball effectively will be a huge asset for Norwood in 2018.
In: H.Viney, L.Wilson, C.Olsson
Out: E.Smart (Unavailable)
When: Sunday, April 8
Who: Norwood FC VS South Adelaide
Times: Reserves 11:30am, League 2:10pm, Women 5:00pm
Where: Coopers Stadium
Tickets: Adult $14, Concession $8, Kids U18 Free