AFTER their poor performance at Dunfermline last week Wanderers have a chance to redeem themselves with a home match against Stewartry tomorrow.

But it will be no easy task as they lost heavily to them last September away.

Selection will be a problem as there are a number of injuries, especially among the forwards with Campbell in the second row and Strachan in the front row.

In the backs, Tyley should return to give experience in the centre and Galbraith should be fit after sustaining an injury last week.

Stewartry currently sit two places above Wanderers, safe from relegation. It is known that the visitors do not travel well, however, it will be a stiff test for Wanderers who must get something from the match as they are still in the relegation mix.

Training has gone very well during the week with a positive attitude and a determination to put in a much better performance than last week. Despite the under strength pack, it is imperative that they win enough ball to give their strong backline the opportunity to score tries.

Elsewhere at Fort Matilda: Saturday, Wee Wandies 10am; Sunday, Micros (P1-P3) training at Clydeview 11am; Minis (P4-P5) training at Inverclyde Academy 11am; Minis (P6-P7) v Stirling (A) 1pm; U13s and U14s v Kilmarnock (A)12pm; U16s and U18s v Kilmarnock (A); U14s Girls Festival (H) 12pm; Under 15s v Lomond/Helensburgh (A) 2pm; Ladies 1st XV v Kelso (H) 2pm; Ladies 2nd XV v Marr (A) 2pm.

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