Emirates Western Force Coach John Mitchell has delayed naming his team for Friday night’s Investec Super 14 Week 13 clash with the Hurricanes at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, NZ.
Emirates Western Force lock David Pusey delivered on his promise and finally shed his notorious red beard after Saturday night’s epic one-point victory over the Chiefs at Subiaco Oval.
An after-the-siren penalty from Matt Giteau has lifted the Emirates Western Force to a nail-biting 22-21 victory over the Chiefs in front of 21,549 fans at Subiaco Oval on Saturday night.
The Emirates Western Force will come back recharged and ready to do battle with the Hamilton-based Chiefs. However, the Chiefs are in red hot form and after a come-from-behind victory against the Reds they extended their record to 7 wins and 3 losses for the season. This match should be a corker with two scintillating back-lines competing for match honours.
Emirates Western Force fullback Cameron Shepherd is used to having the eyes of over 20,000 people watching his every move each time he takes to Subiaco Oval in the blue No.15 jersey.
A Kalamunda team featuring Wallaby wing Drew Mitchell staked an early claim on the premiership race with a tightly contested 36-23 win over premiers Perth-Bayswater at Pat O’Hara Reserve today in the RugbyWA club competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane and Transport.
With the Emirates Western Force enjoying a momentary break in their 2008 Super 14 campaign, the spotlight is firmly on the Club rugby scene this Saturday with 18 contracted players in action in Round 5 of the RugbyWA Senior Competition, sponsored by KWIK Crane & Transport Hire.