Power House and Moorabbin look to push into top four

By James Wong Power House and Moorabbin will both be looking to push into the Dewar Shield top four when they meet at Keys Road Reserve on Saturday. After two rounds, both sides have a win and a loss to their name and sit just outside the top four. Power House went down in the first round to Melbourne 45-5 and defeated Southern Districts 37-12 last round while Moorabbin got a first-up win against Southern Districts but lost 21-51 to defending Champion Harlequins last week. Power House head coach Glenn Fowles said the similarity in the teams’ positions means this week’s game will be important for both sides. “The clubs have a long rivalry so it's probably going to be a good, tough game. “They always play a pretty direct sort of game up front and then they tear you to pieces when the game loosens up a bit. “Their backs are always pretty exciting and love to take broken play opportunities. In the backs they can take anybody on so we'll have to be right on our toes defensi
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