Unforgiving Devils U/18 belt Noosa

GYMPIE Devils Under 18 coach Glen Tierney may have taken over the reigns of the team this season but he is already seeing results.

Fresh from a 46-0 pasting of the Noosa Pirates in front of a home crowd at the weekend, the team’s record for the season is two wins from four outings.

Tierney said the side he is coaching is a far cry from the “self destructing” team of last season.

“The difference has been amazing,” he said. “The attitude of the boys has really improved and they are putting in the hard yards.”

The team aims to win its next two home games in the hope of challenging the leaders on the competition ladder.

Gympie Times


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