Premier Rugby: GPS hoping disciplined aggression can help them tame Easts’ pack

By Liam Cook

GPS assistant coach Paul Brown says his side is expecting another tough afternoon when the Gallopers host Easts at Yoku Road on Saturday.

“It's another big rivalry between Easts and GPS. They are obviously two very proud and very big clubs," Brown said.

“There will be a big crowd and I think the boys are looking forward to playing at home again. They've prepared really well and are obviously under no illusions as to how hard Saturday will be.”

Brown said the GPS forwards will need to be at their best on Saturday, against an impressive Tigers pack led by new coach and former Wallaby Ben Mowen.

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