Pride on line in CDRL fi­nal

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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.

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