Wagin Football Club will look to push for finals under player-coach Paul Duffield in the 2020 Upper Great Southern Football League season that kicks off this weekend. The Bulldogs finished the 2019 season with four wins and in sixth position, but they will be eager to get their season off on the right note this Sunday against a much-hyped Williams side. Former Fremantle Dockers star Duffield will lead a similar side to last year with just three players not playing due to work commitments in Perth, while they have recruited a handful of players to fill the void. Duffield said he was yet to see some of his recruits play due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but he is excited for the season ahead. “Some local young men out of C-grade have done a lot of work and it will be really interesting to see how they go over the season,” he said. “The team is shaping up well, I really hope we can push for a finals spot. “Training has been consistent for about six weeks with some players doing their own running beforehand. “We had one practice match and I was pretty happy with it and everyone is very keen to get back playing footy. “Our recruitment was focused on ball users and runners really.” Key position player Egan Bradbury was one of the major names in the clearances for the Bulldogs, having played 15 WAFL colts games and one reserves match over the past two seasons for East Perth.