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01 Jan 1970 12:00
You are bang on.i think they are practicing mindfulness, helps you get in the moment and focus, looks like hippy crap but it actully works, never seen it applied for sports though,
At least next time we will be discussing about the sides poor record in Perth. Not never winning there. A small hump but as it's been done before it will help a lot mentally.bet if they start winning in Perth regularly other teams will stop trying to play them there. Should only take another 4-6 wins to do it.
Geez that is bloody impressive.According to the Lurker a lot of the side had food poisoning leading up to the game. When it's negative about the club its the Lurker. As this its a good thing I'll take at as true and imagine what they would of done if they were all 100%.
One of the most impressive performances of the weekend came from the Warriors, who crossed three time zones and buried their Perth hoodoo with an emphatic win over hot favourites Souths.
But what makes the win even more impressive was the fact that nearly half the Warriors team - and several members of staff - went into the game suffering from a painful bout of food poisoning.
Several players spent the day before the game bent over their toilet bowls and were low on energy and struggling to go the distance.
But a fitter, more confident Warriors side refused to buckle and rarely looked like losing against a disappointing Rabbitohs outfit.