West Harbour hoping consistency and new rules can push Pirates to playoffs 

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West Harbour coach Cam Treloar is hoping his side can pick up where they left off late last season and capitalise on changes to the tackle height in 2024 to breakthrough and play finals footy.

The Pirates finished ninth in 2023, but saved their best rugby for the final two months of the season when they upset several sides who went on to play finals footy and came agonisingly close in numerous other games.

“We were really starting to click at the backend of the year,” Treloar told Rugby News.

“The old season used to be 22 rounds, rather than 18 and I would have loved that to be the case again.

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