California dream team is ready for the big leagues
Posted On September 17, 2021
Posted December 04, 2019 06:32:47California Dream Team (CDT) is ready to make their big league debut in the AFL.
After losing their first-ever game to the Western Bulldogs at the MCG in round nine, the team has decided to take another crack at the AFL ladder with an AFL ladder game against Melbourne on December 4.CDT captain Jake Murphy has said the team is looking forward to the challenge of playing AFL footy in Melbourne, which is their home ground.
“We’re excited to be able to play our first AFL game in Melbourne,” Murphy said.
“It’s been a long time since we’ve been in Melbourne and it’s a big game, it’s probably one of our best games ever, so it’s definitely a challenge for us.”
But it’s one of the toughest games we’ve played, so we’ve got to keep our heads up.”CDT coach Luke Smith said he was looking forward for the opportunity to work with his players in the first game.”
The players are really hungry and they’re looking forward. “
We have a lot of young players, a lot more mature guys and we’ve had some really good players in training, but we’ve still got a lot to do.”
“The players are really hungry and they’re looking forward.
They’re hungry for a win, and that’s what we’re looking for.”