Coolah coach fires up finals opponents

Wellington are confident of going further in the finals series Coolah coach Andrew McFadyen’s has fired the first salvo in the debate over who will win the Graincorp rugby union championship. Its finals weekend with Wellington home to the Dubbo Rhinos and Coolah facing Yeoval.
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“Whoever wins on the weekend [between Yeoval and Coolah], I believe they will host the grand final. They will carry the momentum on,” he said.

McFadyen told the Mudgee Guardian’s Ben Harris Yeoval would start as warm favourites.

“They are a good team, they are a complete side and they are coached really well,” he said.

“It should be a cracker of a day.”

Coolah is bringing a supporters’ bus to Yeoval to even up the noise levels on Saturday. The battle of the small towns is going to hit fever pitch with the local community in Yeoval preparing to lift their side which always appears to ‘grow an extra leg’ when the finals come around.

McFadyen’s words will strike hard at Wellington’s chances but its not deterring the Redbacks matter of fact it maybe the motivation they need to spring a surprise in the finals.

The Kennard park ground is expected to draw strong support from Dubbo Rhino fans as their second side pushed the Gold team last week in preparation for what is expected to be a tremendous match.

McFadyen’s words will strike hard at Wellington’s chances but its not deterring the Redbacks matter of fact it maybe the motivation they need to spring a surprise in the finals.

The Kennard park ground is expected to draw strong support from Dubbo Rhino fans as their second side pushed the Gold team last week in preparation for what is expected to be a tremendous match.

‘’ Its good they consider us as threat . We like being the underdog ’’ Redbacks president David Grant said.

‘’ We have been hit by injuries this season but I think the other sides need to be reminded we have been in every match until the last few minutes and our team just won’t give up’’ he said.

‘’Last week against Geurie was really good preparation for this match. They got in our face early and it made the Redbacks lift our game. We’re encouraging all our supporters to get to Kennard Park at 3.15 Sunday because this will be a big match’’

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