By Chris Curulli
CC Strikers captain Luke Curnow believes his side are not far away from stringing together a consistent run of results.
After coming away with a point against Curl Curl last time out, Strikers are preparing to host another side who have experienced an up-and-down 2020 in the form of St Augustine’s.
Both clubs sit on 9 points, currently in 8th and 9th respectively, but with a highly congested mid-table are still within striking distance of many teams in the top half.
Curnow revealed he now feels physically and psychologically back to full fitness after suffering a serious leg injury two seasons ago.
With seven goals to his name this year, the Strikers skipper will be hoping he can fire his side to a galvanizing three points on Saturday.
“Saints are always physical and fit so we are expecting that from them,” Curnow said.
“Apart from that, we’re more focusing on our game, our intensity and not worrying about what opposition we come up against.
“I think we have really good squad this year, it’s just we haven’t been able to string together a couple of good results in a row but I’m sure we can turn that around.”
Elsewhere, Brookvale host Wakehurst, Harbord visit Pittwater, Manly Vale meet Seaforth, Mosman lock horns with Curl Curl and Belrose Terry-Hills take on Narrabeen.