Nirranda coach Brayden Harkness says execution, polish key to getting four points

Meg Saultry
By Meg Saultry
Updated June 10 2022 - 6:15am, first published 3:30am
FOCUSED: Dylan Philp and his Nirranda teammates are intent on returning to the winners' list in round 10. Picture: Chris Doheny

Nirranda coach Brayden Harkness says better execution and more polish is the key to his team getting back on the winners' list.


Meg Saultry

Meg Saultry

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