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KSS Jets prepared for Wide Bay League's take off

IT IS A week later than planned but KSS Jets are prepped and ready to take off in the Wide Bay League.

The Jets will host Bingera at Hervey Bay Sports tonight to kick off a season KSS coach Phil Rimmer hopes is one that brings unprecedented success.

He is buoyed by the players' pre-season form despite their end result, and with a competition expected to be the closest in some time, it could be a much- improved year for the club.

"We had a good hit-out against Brothers (Aston Villa) a few weeks ago.

"If we scored in the first 15 minutes, which we dominated, it would've been a different result. We've trained well even though it's been disrupted, but we're keen to get out there and get the season started.”

Disrupted is an understatement. The fields were too dry to train after the region's incredibly dry start to the year, then too wet after the remnants of ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie made her mark.

It is a big day for the Jets, as the Fraser Coast League, Wide Bay League 2 and WBL teams all play at home.

The main game will kick off at 7pm.



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