Warringah primed for finals assault according to Luke Holmes

Luke Holmes played his 200th game for the Warringah Rats on Saturday but the former Super Rugby hooker believes the time for personal milestones is over as his side searches for a breakthrough premiership. “I think it’s the strongest Warringah first grade side I’ve played in, there is talent right across the park and I think we’ve got a great opportunity, we just need to turn up each week and put it all together when it counts,” Holmes said. “We’ve got a number of guys who I think are all playing the best footy of their career at the moment. Guys like Sam Ward and Tom Preece are a bit more mature, then you’ve got more experienced guys like my brother and some new guys at the club like Sam Thomson and Sam Needs who have played plenty of grade games.” After a disappointing loss to Souths in round 17, Holmes returned from injury from the bench as Warringah bounced back and beat Norths 18-11 on Saturday to secure third spot and a home semi final against Randwick
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