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Well it was a convincing win last weekend and one that coach Andy Patmore was very happy with. But they take on last years premiers this Friday who were very unlucky to loose last weekend and boast a number of quality players in their side.

For our pups this week, they must turn up with the same attitude as last week and play the same type of footy they did against the Sharks to the get the result they want on Friday night. There game last week was built on discipline in defence, completing sets and taking their opportunities. This must be repeated again on Friday, cause if there not, than a side like the Tigers will hurt you. They have a qaulity halves pairing with Luke Brooks the standout and two of their back rowers were apart of the Origin game played two weeks ago and did not miss a beat, so they are not short on talent.

So therefore with the short turnaround, its about nailing your preparation and making sure you have done everything right in the limited preparation you have to perform at your best both individually and as a team.

Sunday to Friday games come around very quick so you must do everything right and with the way the boys played last weekend its more the want to deliver that type of performance again in front of our members and fans.

I look forward to seeing our Holden Cup boys build on what they did last weekend and hopefully notch up their 6th win of the season.

My Tip:

Dogs by 8


Last Meeting: Week 1 Finals series 2012

Result: Tigers 24 Dogs 20

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