Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Suns Begin Home Stretch; Face Sea Eagles at Sportz Central Tonight

Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Suns Begin Home Stretch; Face Sea Eagles at Sportz Central Tonight

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Byline: Brad Greenshields coffscoastadvocate.com.au

COFFS Harbour's men's team is about to enjoy the first of three straight home games.

The Suns split their Waratah League road trip last weekend and will be looking to get on the positive side of the win-loss ledger with a victory over Manly Warringah tonight.

Coach Chris Knight said he was happy with the way the line-up performed in Sydney and that it bodes well for a strong performance in front of a home crowd.

Especially after a positive week of training.

"We've had a couple of games postponed then we haven't been able to train on our courts while the floors were being re-done and trained wherever we could," Knight said.

"To come out and play as well as we did off a poor preparation has me looking forward to seeing how well we can play with a good lead-up behind us."

Knight and injured playmaker Blake Kelly, who's helping the coach on the bench, believe Coffs Harbour boasts a 3-4-5 combination in Forde Heatley, Jai Soloai and Matthew Cook that would be the envy of every other team in the men's division one competition. …

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