Snowden happy to be home as Eastwood prepare to nullify Warringah threats

By Nick Kelland For Michael Snowden and Eastwood, it was a slow start to the season. Running into Norths and Manly in the first three rounds certainly didn’t help, but Snowden was honest about the beginning of their 2018 campaign. “It was a pretty disjointed start to the year to be honest.” “We only had two trial games, whereas most teams had three. Going in to the season rusty wasn’t an excuse though – we were twice beaten by better teams in those first few weeks.” “We’re an older team, and a bigger team – so it’s taken us a while to get up and rolling, but the mood around the group now is really upbeat. We’re excited about what’s to come.” Now sitting fifth on the ladder, the Woodies face arguably their toughest test of the season to date when they host the fourth-placed Warringah Rats at T.G Milner this Saturday in a blockbuster fixture. For Snowden, the keys for an Eastwood win lie in their ability to shut down Warringah’s attacking w
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