Grand fi­nal win would cap off per­fect sea­son

Whitsunday Times - - WHITSUNDAY FC GRAND FINALS THIS SATURDAY -

WITH a reg­u­lar sea­son premier­ship al­ready un­der their belts Whit­sun­day FC’s womens team have to win just one more game to com­plete 2013 as un­de­feated cham­pi­ons.

Coach Flo­rian Feirer said while his team had en­joyed a fan­tas­tic sea­son so far any­thing can hap­pen in fi­nals and he stressed that their most im­por­tant game is still to come.

“It was great to go un­beaten in the sea­son but we haven’t won any­thing yet. All the girls have been work­ing hard in train­ing all year and I think it will be a good match on Satur­day,” he said.

Wan­der­ers are a great team and they al­ways play hard and fair so we need to stick to­gether and play well as a team if we want to leave Mackay as cham­pi­ons.”

Feirer’s squad fea­tures a good mix­ture of youth and ex­pe­ri­ence, with around 60 per cent of the team’s player un­der 18.

“Fi­nals al­ways have their own rules and Wan­der­ers will be do­ing any­thing they pos­si­bly can to beat us so we need to re­main fo­cused,” he said.

The team will ap­pear as be- low but will also in­clude Tyrah Dunn, Emily Goodie, Kirsty Gouldthorp, Ali Ladd and Emma Fer­gu­son who were ab­sent when the pho­tos were taken at train­ing this week.

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