Pride on line in CDRL final
weakness will be hard to find but once we find their weakness, we’ll know where we’re going,” he said.
Innisfail Brothers veteran Brett Anderson said he appreciated how big the moment was for Yarrabah, but spare a thought for the emotion behind the Leprechauns’ charge.
For a regional centre of its size, the town has a remarkable strike rate of pushing locals to the next level.
Former NRL player Anderson is one of them and it was all down to Innisfail’s passion for rugby league, which will be on show through a stampede of fans at Barlow Park today.
“Innisfail has a good history of producing really good players and that’s no fluke,” he said.
“It’s a matter of them being a footy town.
“Throughout the year, I would say Innisfail, out of anyone, has the biggest crowd for Saturday footy.
“That itself shows the passion Innisfail’s got.”
Anderson said he couldn’t be more excited ahead of another huge moment for the club and stressed “the little things” would be key to Innisfail lifting the trophy.