Round 10 is set to be a big day for the Singleton Roosters as they mark some important milestones

Round 10 is going to be big one for the Singleton Roosters at Rose Point Park this Saturday.

Luke Davis, aka Elmo, will be playing his 100th senior club game.

The former club best and fairest is known for his lack of respect for his body, doing everything he can across the backline for the Roosters. Rumours have it he could be moved up forward this week so look for him to be adding points for the Roosters.

The club will also say farewell to Micky Dawe, the only Rooster to record over 200 club games.

It's also MND big freeze day where the players will be wearing supporting socks to support Motor Neuron Disease, and following the game there is the Ipod shuffle function at the club rooms.

But when it comes the action on the paddock the Roosters Black Diamond Plate and Women's sides will compete against Muswellbrook Cats and the Reserves are up against Nelson Bay Marlins.

The Roosters last met Muswellbrook in round 4 and took out both games comfortably.

With the Roosterette's created history having record their first ever win, defeating the Cats by 63 point.

While in the Black Diamond Plate match the Rooster's had to work hard to overcome the relentless Cats.

But they did, taking out the Nathan Duncan memorial shield by 39pts.

This week the Roosters are confident that they can repeat their performances and win both games against Muswellbrook.

The Reserves will host the Nelson Bay Marlins but with h the larger BDAFL reserve competition this will be the first time the two sides have met.

To keep their Top 5 finals hope alive, the boys need to secure a win.

They will have a strong home ground advantage against the Marlins who have a two hour drive to Singleton for the early 10am game.

Game time:

10am Reserves – Singleton vs Nelson Bay

12pm Women's –  Singleton vs Muswellbrook

2pm Black Diamond Plate-  Singleton vs Muswellbrook

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