“If I see that Bodenstaff near me again, it’s an AVO for him”
After a torrid 40-14 victory over Wests last weekend, ther are fears that third grade may have partied too hard in celebration causing havoc with the preparation for this weekend’s top of the table clash with Nedlands. the unfortunate part is that Neddies are top if the table and Soaks are currently 9th, but with their tails up.
Head of strategic planning for the team, Dylan Broadway was heard to say, “I hope my hydration efforts helped the boys get over the strain of winning and celebrating. The boys put their all in....I found Sam Forwood with his pants around his knees and with very big grass stains on his knees the next morning in the club car park, and he didn’t even play.”
Captain courageous David Binns took Tuesday training off to recover after his record tally of points against Wests. “ I really wanted to watch the Masterchef final. I am hoping to enter next year. i’m Going to be known as the Brai Boy. I’ll get my boerewors out for anybody.”
Hero of last week’s win Alan Sheridan put his good form down to only wearing one jersey to play, and getting good purchase on his kicks (to the opposition number 9). “I discovered that the less I wear the better I seem to get around the paddock. I am considering no pants next week.”
As usual there have been a few changes to the side, with some of the two’s being promoted to three’s for the game. Shay “Swarovski “ Lagan and Tim “Dominator’ Dashdondog were in awe at the ferocity of the training session on Thursday. Lagan said “We only do ten push ups in 2’s. these guys can pump out 15 at a time. They will be inspiring to play with. I’ve looked up to these guys for a long time, although I don’t know their names, or their faces or where they’re from; even how they like their steaks.”
It should be a cracking affair with the game transferred to the second pitch promising fast, free flowing rugby.
Updated 10:08 - 3 Aug 2018 by Anthony Cashman
The game kicks off at 12.30pm