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Round 4 Preview:  Blacktown Workers vs Canberra

A heavy focus on ball security and discipline is the aim of the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles ahead of today's home match against Canberra Raiders in the NSW Cup.

Blacktown Workers remain winless after three rounds and head into the Raiders match on the back of a disappointing 30-0 loss to Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at home last Monday night.

The Bulldogs ran in three first half tries to lead 18-0 at the break.

“We had the game plan to do well but we just didn’t execute it well enough,’’ said Blacktown Workers Coach Nathan Hogan.

“We have got to focus on improving our individual performance and make sure everyone is doing their role for the team.”  

“It has just been a frustrating start to the year. The Bulldogs had 11 more sets of six than us and we got hammered in the penalty count early on. Discipline has to be one of our big focuses this week.

“We have got to be up for the occasion and Canberra will have a fair bit of NRL experience in their side, so it’s going to be a good challenge on Sunday”

Round 4 NSW Cup

Blacktown Workers vs Canberra

Sunday, April 3, 3pm

HE Laybutt Field, Blacktown



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