Lesson learnt for the Fury

Mitch Cohen
Updated September 22 2016 - 4:12pm, first published 2:38pm
READY TO FIRE: Kemblawarra's Nathan Jagelman came off the bench during the Fury's preliminary final victory over Wollongong Olympic. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS
READY TO FIRE: Kemblawarra's Nathan Jagelman came off the bench during the Fury's preliminary final victory over Wollongong Olympic. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS

Fury coach Luke McGuire learnt a valuable lesson from his club’s defeat to Albion Park earlier in the finals and doesn’t plan on making the same error in Sunday’s decider.

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Mitch Cohen

Mitch Cohen

Sport Journalist

In the meantime she wants to help her hometown club win games
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They have improved to a 2-1 win/loss record heading into round 4
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Albion Park, Nowra and Gerringong also recorded weekend wins
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