WATERLOO are away to third-place Chester this Saturday eager to reverse a 16-9 defeat at Blundellsands in October.
They are in with a good chance as the improving Merseyside outfit are taking on a side that in recent weeks has appeared to lose its way.
“After beating Lymm in our last game we could have done with a game last week to keep the momentum going,” said director of rugby Jan Van Deventer. “Despite the break we decided to keep training going and not take any time off. Hopefully that will pay off on Saturday afternoon.”
Following the home win against Lymm, Waterloo are now in seventh place in National Three North and 16 points above the relegation zone.
“We are playing with much more confidence and with the fear of relegation now off the agenda we can really get down to playing rugby which we know we are capable of,” Deventer aded. “However we do have a few tough weeks coming up with Bradford and Bingley at home followed byBirkenhead Park away.”
THE second round of trials for Sefton Triathlon's attempt at breaking the record for the longest game of touch rugby will take place on Sunday, February 12 at Waterloo Rugby Club.
For more information, or to sign up, visit www.liverpoolheartbeat.com/waterlooworldrecord.