Saints settled for tough fight

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SETTLED AND READY: Horsham Saints refuse to underestimate their opponent as they take on the Dimboola Roos this weekend. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRIHORSHAM Saints are feeling settled and ready to take on the Dimboola Roos after round four’swin against the Ararat Rats.
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Coach Shayne Breuer said the side is relieved about remainingrelatively unchanged.

“It’s good to finally get a settled side, after so many changes in the last week,” he said.

“The Saints have had no major injuries and are prepared with a full side.

“I’ve got a lot of young blokes who still need to find their spots,” he said.

“It’s an ongoing process to figure out their best positions so we are moving them around a lot.”

Breuer said the club was not overconfident ahead of the clash.

“We’re heading in the right direction but I wouldn’t say we are confident” he said.

“Our kicking is not where it needs to be, we’ve been missing targets and need to put more pressure on.”

He said thebiggest challenge would be underestimating the Roos who have struggled in 2016.

“They have plenty of talented young kids,” he said.

“We can’t take any team lightly and need to concentrate.

“The minute you give a team a lack of respect is the minute they surprise you.”

Roos coach Hamish Exell is looking forward to playing onHorshamCity Oval and coming up against the Saints.

“The Saints are missinga few players but still have asolid junior program,” he said.

“James Cooker is one particular player we need to keep an eye on.

“It takes a very good player to contain him, he’s explosive and quick.”

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