Rangers keen to leave a finals
TOOWOOMBA Rangers are keen to remind Muskets of their finals’ credentials when they face the competition leaders in Ipswich tomorrow.
Rangers and Musketeers meet in the third last round of Pacific League fixtures this week in what will be the final dress rehearsal for their return meeting in this month’s finals’ series.
Second placed Rangers continued their good late season roll with a solid 13 2 win over All Stars last Sunday, while Ipsw cheap wedding dresses ich was surprisingly he cheap wedding dresses ld 10 all by Beenleigh.
Rangers coach Darryl Luchterhand is puzzled by last week’s performance from Muskets but he isn’t expecting any “surprises” on Sunday as both teams begin knuckling down for a desperate finals’ tournament.
“We’re coming off good wins cheap wedding dresses against Beenleigh and All Stars, but with all due respect this weekend is going to cheap wedding dresses be a better indication of where we are at with finals coming up,” Luchterhand said.
“Muskets are going to be at full strength on Sunday with all their Bandits players coming back and that’s exactly what we want.
“If we can hold them to just three or four runs we are every chance of beating them.
“But even if we can’t, we need to be right there with them with a strong message ahead of the finals.
“We have Shaun Clarke away this week but we trained really well again last night and Sam (McNeice) will start on the mound for us.
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