This Saturday the Emirates Western Force will be doing it for the ladies in the club’s second annual ‘Ladies Day’ in support of the Breast Cancer Foundation of Western Australia.
Congratulations to Cottesloe, victors in the Open Division of RugbyWA’s preseason Invitational tournament that was held at Harvey Field over the past weekend.
The Emirates Western Force are determined to find their best football after a frustrating start to the season and there is no better time than next week in front of home fans when they return to ME Bank Stadium for a three match stretch starting with Aussie rivals the Waratahs on Saturday evening.
The Emirates Western Force have felt the impact of multiple errors at the set-piece as the Queensland Reds took full advantage of a glut of possession in the round five Investec Bank Super 14 match at Suncorp Stadium.
The Emirates Western Force were unable to claim the club’s first win in Brisbane after today’s loss to the Reds at Suncorp Stadium in week five of the 2010 Investec Bank Super 14.
Emirates Western Force coach John Mitchell is looking to see a more cohesive unit run out against the Reds on Sunday and he is happy with the preparation over bye week.
Marquee man David Hill and hooker Ryan Tyrrell will make their run-on debuts for the Emirates Western Force in Sunday’s week five Investec Bank Super 14 fixture against the Reds in Brisbane.
Rising Australian youngster Jono Jenkins has been added to the Emirates Western Force playing squad on a four week injury replacement contract and could make his Super 14 debut on Sunday after being named in the 22 to tackle the Reds at Suncorp Stadium.
Emirates Western Force captain Nathan Sharpe was happy with the work done over the bye week and feels the Force will now be ready to play well against the Reds with the new rule interpretations ingrained in their minds.
Emirates Western Force prop Tim Fairbrother is confident of a win this Sunday against the Reds as long as the team trusts their game plans and structures.