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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewM View Post
    I haven't checked the printed copy today, but still nothing in The West online. That is a bit surprising - I thought it would have been quite a good story on many fronts. Is Nick away?
    There is an article up today online.

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    Australian rugby union may have a new star after a 17-year-old went on a try-scoring spree for the Western Force on Sunday.

    Courtney Hodder scored six tries on debut during the Western Force’s 85-13 Super W rugby opening round win over Melbourne.

    Hodder crossed four times in the first 25 minutes and added two more after the break In Cottesloe.

    The Force led 45-8 at halftime and scored 13 tries to two.

    https://thewest.com.au/sport/western...-ng-b88772293z

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    It isn't in the printed addition (seen in a cafe). There were, however, stories on the AFL (2 pages), ARL, A-League, EPL, Tennis, etc.

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    FORCE WOMEN NAMED FOR NSW CLASH
    The Alcohol.Think Again Western Force Women have made four changes to the 23 for Sunday’s Round Two Buildcorp Super W clash with the NSW Women at Allianz Stadium, Sydney.

    In the only changes to the starting XV, Wallaroos lock Rebecca Clough comes into the second row after having a massive impact off the bench last week while Claudia Foster will start at inside centre after being called into the squad this week as injury cover.

    In the reserves, Mercedes Putz will make her Buildcorp Super W debut whilst Wallaroos World Cup tourist Huia Swannell comes into the side after missing last week’s victory.

    A slight backline reshuffle sees skipper Trilleen Pomare move to fullback with her Wanneroo teammate Tui Cope stepping into the No.10 jersey.

    Head Coach Seb Delport says the team is excited for the challenge against the tournament favourites in enemy territory.

    “The girls are definitely up for the fight and really looking forward to getting over to Sydney and having a crack,” he said. “This week our focus has been making sure our review and preparation is consistent and we are holding high standards internally.”

    “The big thing we have been talking about is adapting to the conditions and the opposition. Last week was great but it is in the past. We know this will be a full 80-minute battle and we need to be ready for anything that they throw at us.”

    “Bec Clough coming into the starting side is a great inclusion, she was fantastic off the bench last week and we are looking for her to front up again against a strong NSW pack.

    “We have moved some players around in our backline. Tui Cope had a great game in the centres last week and she moves to flyhalf this week and Trilleen Pomare goes to fullback where she is very comfortable and can be very dangerous.”

    The Alcohol.Think Again Western Force Women’s clash with NSW will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 501 at 10:30am AWST and replayed on www.rugby.com.au following the final whistle.

    Alcohol.Think Again Western Force Women vs NSW Women

    Antoinette Jago (VC) – Cottesloe
    Tara Reed – Palmyra
    Ariana Carnachan – Kalamunda
    Katie Barnes – Cottesloe
    Rebecca Clough – Cottesloe
    Kristin Fairbairn – Cottesloe
    Vesinia Schaaf-Taufa – Palmyra
    Terau Pasene-Grennell – Nedlands
    Kendra Fell – Palmyra
    Tui Cope – Wanneroo
    Courtney Hodder – Aranmore Catholic College
    Claudia Foster – Palmyra
    Zakiya Kereopa – Perth Bayswater
    Madeline Putz – Palmyra
    Trilleen Pomare (c) – Wanneroo
    Mercedes Putz – Palmyra
    Katherine Outred – Palmyra
    Darryl Wickliffe – Wanneroo
    Gillian Forde – Cottesloe
    Taylor Waterson – Wanneroo
    Huia Swannell – Wanneroo
    Natalia Tearoa – Wanneroo
    Anne Fagan – Palmyra


    https://www.rugbywa.asn.au/news/forc...for-nsw-clash/

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    No doubt a few Force players will become targets for the NSW defence after the last game at Cott. Plenty of depth in the squad to score elsewhere though, should be a good game!

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    It will be interesting to see if NSW name Katrina Barker and Shanice Parker. That would make it 17 of the 30 players on the field are west aussies or from WA pathways.

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    NSW Women's team to play Western Force Women

    1. Emily Robinson Warringah

    2. Tasmin Sheppard Sydney Uni

    3. Evelyn Horomia Parramatta

    4. Inge Visser (vc) Warringah

    5. Ana-Lise Sio Parramatta

    6. Grace Hamilton Sydney Uni

    19. Ariana Kaiwai Blacktown

    8. Laura Devereux Warringah

    9. Cobie-Jane Morgan (vc) Warringah

    10. Chloe Leaupepe Warringah

    11. Shanice Parker Warringah

    12. Katrina Barker Newcastle

    13. Atasi Lafai Parramatta

    14. Kirrily Laws Sydney Uni

    15. Ashleigh Hewson (c) Sydney Uni

    Reserves:

    16. Sarah Laman Warringah

    17. Melissa Fatu Parramatta

    18. Nancy Vaiaku Parramatta

    20. Natalie Maclarn Warringah

    7. Fi Jones Sydney Uni

    21. Kennedy Cherrington Randwick

    22. Iliseva Batibasaga Sydney Uni

    23. Josephine Falesita Parramatta

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    Neat, both selected - Hope both Shanice and Katrina play an outstanding game on Sunday then. Not too outstanding of course..
    My biased support wavers a touch due to the pale blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwampDweller View Post
    My biased support wavers a touch due to the pale blue.
    You're brave admitting that around here

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIGS20 View Post
    You're brave admitting that around here

    Maybe I should re-phrase.
    I havent had death threats for several days now and was quite enjoying the serenity of it all..

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    I understand it's exciting to see the IPRC announcing fixtures, but on the right hand bar of the site, why are the Super W not listed as upcoming fixtures ?

    There's a home game coming up as well ... v QLD up at Wanneroo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    I understand it's exciting to see the IPRC announcing fixtures, but on the right hand bar of the site, why are the Super W not listed as upcoming fixtures ?

    There's a home game coming up as well ... v QLD up at Wanneroo
    Perhaps because Super W comes under the umbrella of RugbyWA?

    The IPRC/WSR is the international game which hopefully the professional team will be playing next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewg View Post
    Perhaps because Super W comes under the umbrella of RugbyWA?

    The IPRC/WSR is the international game which hopefully the professional team will be playing next year.
    I think Kev's meaning this site though, in which case Coach can do whatever the flip he wants... so hopefully he'll add them in.

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