Sometimes The Position On The Log Doesn’t Give A True Reflection : Gobind

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 Warriors coach Rivash Gobind believes that their match against VKB Knights in East London starting on Thursday is the match of the season.

This match will see log leaders and the defending champions at a venue that has produced two out of the five overall wins so far this season.

Warriors coach says it is a knockout scenario for the pair.

“The way the log is looking, from one to five everyone is close to each other,Sometimes the position on the log doesn’t give a true reflection of how close you are, so it’s pretty much a knockout game in terms of where both teams want to go,” he admitted.

“The Knights are a great side, obviously champions from last year. So, they know how to win this trophy and we’re going to have to be at our very best to beat them,”he added.

The match will be played at Buffalo Park, East London Thursday 15 March, 10: 00 am.
The Warriors squad : Gihahn Cloete, Eddie Moore, Yaseen Vallie, Lesiba Ngoepe, Jon-Jon Smuts (capt), Gionne Koopman, Clyde Fortuin, Simon Harmer, Sisanda Magala, Tladi Bokako, Anrich Nortje, Andrew Birch, Aya Gqamane.