LOOK out Bombers.
All three Burra brothers will be on the field in full force for the Central Highlands Football League grand final premiership against their Buninyong rivals this Saturday.
With the Buninyong seniors division having lost to the Hepburn Kookaburras by a crushing 16 points just a few weeks earlier, it will be a fierce game to watch.
Big brother and clever midfielder/forward Jimmy Rodgers, 19, said they could “definitely” win again but admits it would not be easy.
“It’s going to be a tough game because they are the best in the league. Should be close. Good to watch,” he said.
Rodgers will be relying on the skills of fellow team members Lee Cox and Andy McKay, and keeping tabs on Bombers star player Sam Turner.
“He’s pretty quick so hopefully we can stop him and stop a bit of those runs. That should give us a good chance of winning,” he said.
The Rodgers trio seem to be the force to be reckoned with.
Hayden, 14, has kicked 53 goals this season, earning him the title of CHFL Best and Fairest in the under 14.5s.
While Nathan, 11, may be the youngest, he has won three premierships in a row in the under 12s, making him the most seasoned premiership player of the trio.
When asked to give a prediction about the final outcome, Jimmy is hopeful but realistic.
“It would be good to win by 10 goals but I don’t reckon that will be the case. It’ll be good to win by one point. That’ll do,” he said.