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BROOKVALE coach Colin Euers is hoping his team can rattle Beacon Hill mentally ahead of their clash this Sunday at Melwood Oval.

With the top four already set in stone a week out from the semi-finals, this weekend is effectively a dead rubber round.

“It doesn’t mean we will sit back, we want to win every game we play,” Euers said.

“Beacon Hill are the champions, so we would love to knock them off before the finals begin.

“I think it will be open and enterprising on Sunday, both teams like to attack.”

Elsewhere, Wakehurst tackle Manly Vale B and Seaforth play Manly Vale A.

Avalon have the bye.


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