BROOKVALE coach Frank Gigliotti expects a big response from his team ahead of their tussle with Pittwater RSL FC at Graham Reserve this Saturday.
The Blues were flat last weekend in their 2-1 defeat versus Seaforth, and Gigliotti is confident they can bounce back and spring an upset.
“We need to bottle the energy we showed against Narrabeen a couple of weeks ago,” he said.
“We were brilliant that day, not just on the scoreboard.
“The reality is we are fighting to stay up, all the boys need to be up for every game.”
In other 3pm games, Wakehurst tackle St Augustine’s, Dee Why entertain Seaforth, Narrabeen host Manly Vale and Mosman lock horns with cellar dwellers Manly Allambie.