Coach growing wary of unpredictable Devils
DESPITE sitting well clear of the Norths Devils on the Intrust Super Cup ladder Mackay Cutters coach Kim Williams stressed his team would need to be at their very best to score a win at the Whitsunday Sports Park on Saturday.
The Devils have had an up and down season so far in 2013 but Williams said he was very wary of the Brisbane Broncos feeder club.
“They are one of the sides that I rate the highest in the competition and on their day they are a very dangerous side,” he said.
“It’s such a tight competition, we can’t afford to drop any games if we want to finish in the top two of the competition and secure a home final.”
The Cutters currently sit in second spot behind fellow North Queensland Cowboys feeder club the Northern Pride.
Ahead of their country round, coach Williams said his team was excited to play in front of a new set of fans.
“The boys are looking forward to the game and I think it’s really important to get out and meet the supporter base of the Cutters outside Mackay,” he said.
“It helps the club to get out and meet new fans and hopefully we can get this win and continue to build towards the finals.”
CUTTERS COACH: Kim Williams islooking forward playing in front of Whitsunday crowds on Saturday.