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Bulls search for winning spark

THE Ipswich City Bulls are hoping the return of last season's consistent goal scorer Dane Grant will provide a winning spark in tonight's match at Brassall.

After two early washouts, the Bulls lost 6-1 to North Star last weekend, following a 3-3 draw with New Farm United.

Head coach Norbert Duga is excited to have Grant back to help build momentum in the Capital League 1 competition.

The Bulls host Pine Hills in the 6pm match, their first at home this season.

"We've prepared well all season so far and we don't turn into a bad team overnight,'' Duga said.

"It was just one of those things last night Sunday where any mistake we've ever made over the last two years we made in one night.

"I am expecting a positive reaction from the players.

"They all know they can produce better than they did.

"It's a friendly reminder that nothing is easy in this league and if you don't turn up and apply yourself you'll get beat.''

Duga said the Bulls looked at the video and accepted what they needed to change.

In tomorrow's main regional encounter, the Ipswich Knights host Football Queensland Premier League competition leaders Peninsula at Bundamba.

The Knights are looking to end a recent run of losses.

Game day

FQPL: Tomorrow (3pm) - Ipswich Knights v Peninsula Power at Eric Evans Oval.

CL1: Tonight (6pm) - Ipswich City v Pine Hills at Sutton Park, Brassall.

BWPL: Tomorrow (6pm) - Ipswich City v Park Ridge at Sutton Park, Brassall.