NARRABEEN will have their work cut out containing a red-hot Kenthurst in Sunday’s NSW Champion of Champions round of 16 All Age Men’s clash at Cromer Park.
The visitors easily won the Gladesville Hornsby Premier League as well as their grand final, and have ex Manly United captain Graeme Forbes anchoring their midfield.
Beanies skipper Mark Femia anticipates a physical encounter from the opening whistle.
We played them (Kenthurst) in pre-season, but this game will be a little different, he said.
If we are going to go deep in this competition these are the tough games we have to win.
Kick-off is 2.15pm.
Other games at Cromer Park see Beacon Hills Premier League womens team take on Macquarie United and Brookvales over 45 men lock horns with Umina United.
A number of MWFA teams are playing away across Sydney or have byes.