Park prepared for ‘dangerous’ United

KNOCKOUT: Albion Park White Eagles attacker Hikaru Kawasakiya leaps for the ball alongside Wollongong Olympic's Jack Keating. Picture: ADAM McLEAN
KNOCKOUT: Albion Park White Eagles attacker Hikaru Kawasakiya leaps for the ball alongside Wollongong Olympic's Jack Keating. Picture: ADAM McLEAN

Albion Park coach Paul Carter believes the White Eagles will face no side more dangerous than Wollongong United this final series. 

Park will meet United next weekend in a critical semi final match at Tarrawanna Oval, which will see one club’s season come to a premature end. 

“Player for player, they are the most dangerous side in the competition,” Carter said.

“We will be there having a go and we will see what happens.”

The White Eagles will go into the eliminator on the back of a 3-1 loss to Wollongong Olympic last weekend.

Meanwhile, United kept their season alive with a 4-1 victory over last season’s grand final champions Port Kembla.

United coach Jeff Allport said the result would give his men an abundance of confidence ahead of their do-or-die clash with Park.

“All of the boys were talking about it in the dressing room after [the win over Port]. We are up for it," he said.

"We will take a lot of confidence out of that result heading into another tough game against Park.”

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