LONG PASS: Brent Kusky sends the ball out wide for Brothers in the A Grade game at Salter Oval, Bundaberg.
LONG PASS: Brent Kusky sends the ball out wide for Brothers in the A Grade game at Salter Oval, Bundaberg. Paul Donaldson BUN260817RUG9

Coach enjoying his best year in league

LEAGUE: Brothers coach Brent Kuskey has told his players to embrace grand final day.

Kuskey is a two-time winner in the Bundaberg Rugby League A-Grade and he and Brothers captain Kevin Sherriff are the only members from the 2015 Brothers premiership side.

But Kuskey said the duo won't have to do much to inspire the team to succeed.

"There's a lot of experienced players in the side, nothing needs to be mentioned,” he said.

"The young guys have so much confidence we kind of have to pull them in to line.”

Kuskey said this year has been the most enjoyable year of playing football in his career, even with his two premierships coming in other years.

"We get everyone to training Tuesday and Thursday and the blokes just have a laugh,” he said.

"But it won't mean too much if we don't get the job done.”

Kuskey said the side needed to play well on the inside and show up with the right attitude to stop the Roos.



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