Rabbitohs hooker, Cameron McInnes, will get his first chance to play at the Club’s Western Australian home of Perth this Sunday, when he and his men take on the Gold Coast Titans at nib Stadium.
McInnes has been named to start at hooker yet again, following some impressive performances in recent weeks, and the Souths Junior is now looking to transfer that into his first outing in WA.
“I haven’t played over there before, but there’s always a big crowd there,” enthused McInnes.
“The boys say it’s a great experience, so I’m really looking forward to it. By all accounts we’ve got a lot of support over there, so I’m sure it’ll feel like a home game.”
Despite coming off two successive wins against the Eels and Dragons, McInnes says that he and his teammates have much to work on leading into Round 13, but have benefitted from having an extra week off with the bye.
“We’ve got a lot of work to go,” admitted McInnes.
“There’s always things you’re working on so we just need to turn up every week with that intensity and that attitude. That’s what we’re building on.
“The little things around that will come, so that’s our focus every week.
“We had four days off (during the bye) – obviously trained hard at the start of the week and then a few days off and back in on Monday ready for this week.
“We take it one game at a time obviously, but we’re starting to play better and our little habits are getting there, so we’re pretty pleased with the way we’re heading towards.”
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