Pukpuks ready to snap Solomon Islands Hunters

first_imgPukpuks coach, Sydney Wesley says his team is more than ready to take on the Hunters.The Pukpuks are one game away from retaining the Oceania Rugby Cup trophy and Wesley knows tomorrow’s game will be the toughest in this tournament.“We know Solomon Islands will be desperate for a win.”“I’ve driven that message into the players that our job is not done yet and to keep playing to our game plan,” said Wesley.While the Pukpuks will be missing fullback Jonah Kautu who is sick, winger Wesley Vali returns to the starting side from injury.Wesley said while Solomon Islands boast one of the biggest forward packs, his team will work around this.“They have a much bigger pack, but we’ll still have the upper hand if we can run around them and tire them out. It will be competitive right across the park and we’re ready for this,” said Wesley.Tomorrow’s game kicks off at 3:30pm at the Sir Hubert Murray stadium.last_img

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