Rangers keen to inflict more shield pain on All Stars
TOOWOOMBA Rangers have the Ian Luchterhand Memorial Shield in the cabinet for another year but that is no reason for them to put their feet up on Sunday for Australia Day.
Rangers instead will be out to maintain their shield dominance over All Stars when they travel to Brisbane for a Pacific League round 18 meeting.
Toowoomba have clinched the trophy played for ann cheap wedding dresses ually between the two clubs with a 3 0 season advantage. Another game was drawn and one forfeited by All Stars.
But Rangers coach Darryl Luchterhand said his team is k cheap wedding dresses een to maintain winning momentum ahead of next season’s finals series.
“There’s no such thing as a “dead” game against All Stars,” Luchterhand cheap wedding dresses said.
“If David Street throws for them, they are always a good chance of beating us and we can’t afford to lose momentum with the finals only five weeks away.”
All Stars are coming off a 10 0 loss to competition leaders Ipswich while Rangers impressed last Sunday with a 7 1 win over Beenleigh to retain a clear second spot on the premiership table.
“I was very impressed with the way we went about things against Beenleigh,” Luchterhand said.
“I think a lot of that had to do with Faron (Asham) running our training last week.”
Canadian based coach Faron Asham was in Toowoomba visiting his son Dustin who plays for Rangers.
“Everyone took to the training session and Faron gave us a great work out,” Luchterhand said.
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