BULLSBROOK Saints Football Club will remember one of their own this weekend when it plays Parkerville in the Cody Steele Memorial Game.
The team were thrashed by Mundaring on Saturday with a 129-point loss in its first game of the season, 26.12 (168) to 6.3 (39).
Coach Ray Marsh said the team could not keep up with Mundaring, who moved quickly in the first quarter kicking seven goals.
He said the team would turn it up this weekend in its first home game of the season.
“We feel more confident going into this weekend and having the home ground advantage,” he said.
“Our boys started a bit slow and Mundaring were quick and got the best of us.
“Best players on ground were Kelsey Broadwood, Jordan Pickles, Brock Sherriffs and Ashley Elmar.”
Marsh said the memorial game was an important one for the club.
“The Cody Steele Memorial Game is one of the most important for the club as it honours a former player; it’s very important for the team,” he said.
The game between Bullsbrook Saints and Parkerville will kick off at Pickett Park in Bullsbrook on Sunday from 2pm.