Coach grow­ing wary of un­pre­dictable Devils

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

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.

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