WAKEHURST coach Donna Stuart doesn’t believe fatigue will be a factor ahead of Sunday’s home game with league leaders Beacon Hill at Melwood.
The Tigers outclassed Manly Vale B 5-0 on Wednesday night in a catch up game but face a tougher assignment this weekend.
“We are itching to play, with a washout, a bye and Manly Vale B in the State Cup we haven’t played many games recently,” Stuart said.
“The more games the better.
“Beacon Hill have been travelling well, but the girls are looking forward to the challenge and also playing at Melwood.”
Other games see Avalon host Brookvale at Narrabeen and Seaforth do battle with Manly Vale B at Melwood.
Manly Vale A have the bye.