By David Berrie
Fri 17th March 17
The Road Safety Western Force U20s have made several changes to their side who take on the Brumbies U20s this Sunday at Portsea Oval, Canberra in the last round of the Super Under 20s.
Big Nedlands lock Sam Offer comes back into the starting second row, while UWA flyhalf Anthony Hondras gets the nod after a brilliant performance off the bench last week, scoring two tries.
For the second week in a row all Pindan Premier Grade teams are represented, including five players from UWA and four from Palmyra.
The Future Force Foundation will have a strong showing this weekend with seven members in the 23, with Will Latu, Ben Grant and Naude Wessels all brought back into the side.
Head Coach Dwayne Nestor says the last game of the U20s season is an opportunity for the team to go out on a high against a strong Brumbies side.
“This weekend’s game is just all about performing well, and actually playing the game we set out to play at the start of the tournament.
“It would be great to get the win in Canberra, the guys have worked really hard to be competitive this season, and it would be just reward for what is a young side.”
The Road Safety Western Force U20s kick off against the Brumbies U20s at 11:00am (AWST). The match will be live streamed on rugby.com.au
Road Safety Western Force U20s vs Brumbies Colts
Sunday, 19 March
Portsea Oval, Canberra
Kick-off: 11:00AM (AWST)
LIVE stream at rugby.com.au