Ghosn says we're ready, and it's no Bull

September 2004
Rugby League Week;9/22/2004, Issue 30, p45
The article informs that the rugby football team Sydney Bulls' coach Steve Ghosn says a tough fortnight of sudden-death football has his team primed for its grand final against defending premiers The Entrance. The Bulls and Tigers will battle for Cup supremacy at Telstra Stadium this Sunday. And Ghosn says his team is ready to topple the minor premiers. The Bulls have beaten Windsor and Wentworthville during the past two weeks, progressing to the grand final after defeating the Wolves 28-18 last weekend. The last two weeks have been really tough and good preparation for us, Ghosn says. Those 28 points we scored against Windsor were the toughest of the season, he adds.


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