Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Spirit's High but Wary for Home Match

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Spirit's High but Wary for Home Match

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WESTERN Spirit has plenty to keep it motivated as it prepares for tomorrow's home match against Toowoomba.

After wins over Moggill and Brisbane Force, Spirit has consolidated fourth spot on the Division 1 table. It only trails third-placed Ipswich Knights by one point.

However, coach Nev O'Sullivan has warned his players of the desperation factor winless Toowoomba will take into tomorrow's 5pm clash at Kippen Park, Goodna.

C[pounds sterling]We're wary about Toowoomba,'' O'Sullivan said.

C[pounds sterling]They haven't got a point yet but every time they play, they're getting closer.

C[pounds sterling]No team wants to lose every week.

C[pounds sterling]Our field sometimes is our own worst enemy because teams come out and play good football on it.

C[pounds sterling]But we're up to the challenge.

C[pounds sterling]We're not going to throw away our last couple of wins due to laziness that's for sure.''

Spirit will field a full-strength side except for Luke Haydon, who has personal commitments. …

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