West Griffith taking on Yoogali SC in GDFA first grade

CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS: Wests' Luke Sharples has belief in his side's ability to get results in the second half of the season. PHOTO: Liam Warren

CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS: Wests' Luke Sharples has belief in his side's ability to get results in the second half of the season. PHOTO: Liam Warren

With West Griffith finally able to get a win under their belt they will be looking to make the most of the second half of the GDFA season.

Coach Luke Sharples was happy to see the second start of the season started much better than the first but felt he expected this.

“We struggled to get numbers early in the pre-season and the start of the season,” he said.

“Once we started to get some games under our legs, it started to come together and I think we now have a grasp on our game plan.”

It doesn’t get any easier for Wests as they prepare to take on the table-topping Yoogali SC but Sharples isn’t too concerned about their place on the ladder.

“Form doesn’t lie and you expect a difficult game against a top side,” he said.

“We don’t worry about who we are playing we just worry about ourselves.”

Sharples feels it would be a different story had some results fallen in their favour.

“We have had a couple of results that haven’t really reflected our games,” he said.

“If we hadn’t missed our chances we could be in a better position.

“At the end of the day it is about how you approach the game and we are confident of getting a result.”

The game between West Griffith and first-placed Yoogali SC is the second of a double-header at Coro Club Oval on Sunday with the game set for a 3pm start.

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