Emirates Western Force captain Nathan Sharpe is making sure that none of the drama surrounding coach John Mitchell affects his team's preparation for a make or break 2009 season.
Emirates Western Force flyhalf Matt Giteau is now happy to be playing out the 2009 with the Perth-based Super 14 club and is in full support of embattled coach John Mitchell.
The Emirates Western Force has returned to training as preparations for the 2009 Investec Super 14 season resumed in Perth.
In response to recent media articles speculating as to the position of RugbyWA’s Head Coach of the Emirates Western Force, Mr John Mitchell, RugbyWA wishes to clarify the position as follows:
On Saturday, 15 November, Haig Sare and I hopped on our scooters and headed down to McDonald’s in Innaloo to help out with McHappy Day.
With the opening two games at home, only one trip to South Africa and New Zealand, and a six-week stint in Australia, Emirates Western Force coach John Mitchell is delighted with his 2009 schedule.
The Emirates Western Force will commence the 2009 Investec Super 14 season with back-to-back home games at Subiaco Oval.
Former Brumbies lock Richard Stanford is a welcome addition to the Emirates Western Force lock brigade and he feels ready to make an impact in the Super 14 competition.