Wolves hungry for grand final spot

COACH Jon Pearson has no doubt his Warwick premier ladies’ team can win tomorrow’s Football Toowoomba minor semi-final against Wanderers in Toowoomba.

The Warwick Wolves finished third in the fixture competition, one spot in front of Wanderers, and on form should win.

“We went down to leaders Rockville 3-1 in our last game and Wanderers lost 10-0 to the same team,” Pearson said.

“Last time we played Wanderers, we won 2-1 despite being a couple of players short.

“The team trained well this week and there is a lot of commitment among the players.”

The winner of the minor semi-final will play the loser of the major semi-final between Rockville and Gatton in the preliminary final for a place in the grand final.

Pearson believes if he can get a full team on the field and have two on the bench, Warwick can give the premiership a good shot.

Warwick goes into the semi-final after a two-week break, as USQ forfeited to the Wolves last weekend.

The semi-final is at 9.30am tomorrow at West Wanderers Oval.

TEAM: Alice Morrissey, Leeanda Doro, Chloe Ruhle, Codie Reid, Catie Allen, Caitlin Harrison, Shandelle Doro, Emily Hoffman, Kazeh Taganny, captain Rachael Clarke, Sharni Reilly, Grace Burrill, Julie Gander.


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