Wanneroo are out of the frying pan and into the fire when they face Nedlands at Kingsway in Saturday's match of the week in the RugbyWA club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
Emirates Western Force flanker David Pocock is glad to be back on the field after finding it tough watching on while injured and is looking forward to the huge challenges to finish the season.
Pek Cowan is happy to be back playing as a prop for the Emirates Western Force and with how the forward pack has helped the team rack up two straight wins now.
Emirates Western Force lock Tom Hockings has responded to the depth in the secondrow to take his game to another level and having full faith in a 100 per cent fit body is playing a big part in it.
Mon 29th Mar: With no serious injury concerns, the only member perhaps missing from this week will be Nick Cummings who was suspended for two weeks for a dangerous tackle. The club is appealing so we'll find out on Wednesday afternoon if he’ll be right to play.
The Emirates Western Force has won its second straight Investec Bank Super 14 match by running in six tries to beat the Highlanders 41-27 in Queenstown on Saturday.
Rugby WA's reigning premiers, Cottesloe, sprinted out to an impressive lead before scoring a hard-fought win over Wanneroo, 28-21, at Harvey Field today in the opening game of the 2010 competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport Hire.
Emirates Western Force prop Tim Fairbrother has enjoyed his first season in Perth as part of the team's quality forward pack and he's confident they can produce another strong display against the Highlanders in Queenstown on Saturday.
Emirates Western Force star James O'Connor has never played in Queenstown, but hopes it's a winning trip on Saturday after the confidence-boosting win last Friday.
Two years ago Justin Turner was in Queenstown running water for the Emirates Western Force and on Saturday he’ll be on the pitch again against the Highlanders, albeit this time with a significantly increased role.