IT may only be three weeks into the MWFA Premier League season, but Brookvale and Pittwater RSL FCare already both in ominous touch.
The squads meet this Saturday afternoon at Kitchener and Pitts coach Adam Israel could barely contain his excitement.
“Our boys are pumped, Brookie always provide a big challenge for us,” he said.
“We are going OK, some of the football we played onMonday night (in their 4-3 win over Dee Why in the MWFA Challenge Cup) was outstanding.
“If you look at Brookvale, on paper they probably have the strongest team in the competition.
“It should be a cracking game, we tend to bring the best out of each other.”
Other games see Wakehurst do battle with Narrabeen under lights on Friday night at Cromer Park from 7pm, CC Strikers take on Manly Vale, Seaforth entertain Dee Why and St Augustine’s tackle Mosman.