The Cargo Heelers were thrilled in the wake of their 34-12 grand final qualifying win over the CSU Mungals on Saturday but the reason the mood was so high in the dressing sheds didn't have much to do with football.
"They've got a hen's party this weekend... that was their biggest excitement," coach Anthony Regan said.
And even though Saturday's festivities have the Heelers pumped, they're obviously stoked with the season-defining win that guarantees them a spot in the Wallerawang Landscaping Cup final that will be played at CSU's Diggings Oval.
They've got a hen's party this weekend... that was their biggest excitement.Anthony Regan.
"We just did the little things right," Regan said.
"We've been practicing some things at training and putting them into practice."
The Mungoes' men's side took out the Oberon Tigers on Saturday, meaning both deciders will be at the university and even though the Mungals have to take out the Barbarians before planning a rematch with the Heelers, Regan has very little doubts over who's going to win.
"From what I've watched this year, that's who we'll be playing against," he said.
"You'd be a brave man to bet against CSU this weekend."
"It doesn't matter where you play in a grand final. We'll be ready regardless."
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