Richmond star Rich Myehan is “ready to go” for the Kangarooes in round one.
Meehan, who will play his first match in Kangarooses colours, said he was “not looking for a medal or anything” in the Kangaroo States.
“I’ve played with a lot of great coaches and I’ve won a few games, I’ve played some games, but I think it’s really important that you go out there and prove yourself and get your team through, because we have a really good team and it’s very important to win games.”
And if you do that, I’m ready to go.
“Meeham, who has been a Kangaroo since he was eight, said the competition would be tough, but he was confident he would perform well.”
There’s no pressure on me, I just need to do my best and that’s it,” he said.”
But I think I’ll be ready to play.
“Meeshaw, who is playing in his second Kangaroo Nations, said his team had made “a huge step forward” in recent weeks.”
We’ve got a lot to build on from last week and this week, I think we’ve put together a really strong squad, which we can build on,” he told News.au.”
It’s all about consistency and doing what you need to, and we’re all focused on doing that and I think that’s going to be our focus this week.