Rams on deck for southern title raid after a month on the sidelines

While a grand final place is on the line for the winner of Saturday’s GrainCorp Cup southern major semi-final between Blayney and Cootamundra, you get the feeling the Rams will just be happy running out for a game.

WE'RE BACK: Sam Nixon with the GrainCorp Cup southern trophy after last year's win.

WE'RE BACK: Sam Nixon with the GrainCorp Cup southern trophy after last year's win.

The minor premiers and two-time defending champions have had an extended break to end the season thanks to byes and forfeits, and run out on to King George Oval on Saturday for the first time since July 29.

The Tri-colours finished the regular season in second place and will travel to Blayney looking to atone for last year’s grand final loss at King George Oval.

Kick-off for first grade is at 3.15pm at Blayney.

Temora and Grenfell play in the minor semi-final, also on Saturday.

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