The NSWRL recently spoke to a number of The Mounties opposition coaches to find out why they are an irresistable favourite to ake out the Intrust Super Premiership title in 2016.
There is no doubt that the partnership with the Canberra Raiders is now a successful one, as is the entire system at Mounties; since the partnership commenced in 2012, they have gradually climbed the ladder with ninth, 10th, fifth and fourth-place finishes. That progression reached its peak with a well-deserved Minor Premiership this season – a feat they replicated in the Ron Massey Cup, Sydney Shield and Sydney Metropolitan Women’s Rugby League to own a unique piece of history. When combined with a top three finish for the Raiders in the NRL, coaches believe the system is a well-oiled machine in 2016.
In their survey of a number of the Coaches and comentators from the Intrust competition, it became clear that the close partnership that the raiders have built with the Mounties club in recent years has allowed the culture to flow through.
It was also pointed out by the Wests Tigers coach Paul Stringer that having a squad largely unaffected by injury is a heavy contibuter to success.
This is often seen as a "Lucky Outcome", but may also be seen as a result of an excellent structure in preparing players for the battle along with a professional injury management system.
At Sports Focus Physiotherapy Sydney we are very proud to have been able to work within that structure and contribute to maintaining the consistency within the Squad.
We wish all invloved with the Canberra Raiders and the Mounties all the best for the upcoming final series.
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