Ryan Tanner to be Terang Mortlake's focal point in attack in Will Kain's absence

Justine McCullagh-Beasy
By Justine McCullagh-Beasy
Updated April 4 2022 - 8:55am, first published 5:00am
THIS WAY FORWARD: Terang Mortlake coach Ben Kenna is rapt with the Bloods' young list. Picture: Morgan Hancock

TERANG Mortlake is confident it has the firepower to cover injured key forward Will Kain as targets its first win of the Hampden league season against Port Fairy on Saturday.

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