Wolves player Dhari Alsaad in action against Manly at WIN Stadium on Sunday. Picture: ADAM McLEANFOOTBALL
Weare down to the final hurdle.
What seemed unreachable a few months ago is in touching distance in the final round of the NSW NPL season.
The ledger still isn’t in our favour, but there is a lot of optimism around the Wolves that we can snatch a spot in the finals.
We are left with a pretty simple scenario.
Rockdale City Suns must drop points when they host Bonnyrigg White Eagles next Sunday.
With that match completely out of our hands, we will again focus on the things we can control. That’s securing three points against Marconi at WIN Stadium.
Despite their position on the ladder, the Stallions still have everything to play for.
Their life in the top grade hangs in the balance as they also sit bottom spot on the Club Championship table.
With five points between them and Parramatta, a win in the top grade could provide the key to their survival.
Their battle is one we know all too well but, fortunately, isn’t something we have on our hands this season.
Our position in the top grade is already secure after a fantastic second half to the season across the club.
This hasn’t been something that was achieved by just a few individuals.
Everyone across the playing group and throughout the backroom staff have helped make sure we remain in this league and are every chance of playing in the post-season.
It would be ideal to see that hard work pay off on Sunday in front of a big crowd for what will be our final home match this season.
Hopefully the local schedule falls in our favour so that we can get as many people through the gates as possible.
Congratulations to the Illawarra Stingrays on another gutsy season.
Unfortunately it wasn’t to be on the final day, but the girls never gave up in their own finals bid.
Like the Wolves, they needed the cards to fall their way on the last day of the season but it sadly didn’t eventuate.
With an exciting young group at the club, I have no doubts they will come back bigger and stronger in 12 months.
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