Wolves hungry for home win
AFTER their first win for the season and a mighty hat trick by the talented Ricky Sinkins the Wolves Premiers are eager to win at their first home game.
The Warwick and District Football Association Wolves Premiers will front up against Toowoomba’s Saint Albans with a strong 12 players after beating the Wanderers 4 – 3 two weeks ago at Toowoomba.
Wolves senior co-ordinator Dom Benz said Sinkins was a player to watch this Sunday as he was on a roll with his scoring.
“We are trying a new formation this weekend and hopefully our mid-field can create a lot of opportunities for us,” Benz said.
The side is eager to move up from their final position of fifth from last season and after loosing a few players this year are keen for some new football talents.
Benz highlighted the efforts of Josh Parker, who has been going from strength to strength each week proving his ability as an upcoming senior player.
The side worked on their attacking plays at training last night where they planned to focus more attack down the outside of the field utilising their wingers to their full abilities.
It’s the senior’s fourth game of the season for the Premiers and the Ladies and the Colts will have a rest this weekend as they both have a bye.
The Ladies, coached by president John Pearson, had a great start to the season with their first lost 3-0 against Wanderers in their last game.
Alice Morrissey has impressed on the field this season performing highly in her newly appointed position as goal keeper.
The Colts, coached by Peter Osborn, drew against Garden City 4-4 in their last game and have performed well this season playing in some high scoring games so far this season.
The Wolves Premiers will battle it out with Saint Albans this Sunday at 3pm at Queen’s Park fields.