It is quite possible, without the dreaded curse of injuries and suspensions, that we will finish minor premiers in 2014. Toovey was used to dominating in our stellar 90s team and we could be quite ruthless next year, bouncing back with a vengeance. With all the young forwards recruited and some oldies let go, it's clear that our style will be different next year. Our halves will play with more self-preservation in mind, using the plethora of young forwards as battering rams to punch holes. I posted earlier this year that I was disappointed that Buhrer wasted the off-season by not reshaping his body, by adding another 5kg of muscle to his frame. So he needs to get that right this off-season, lifting heavier weights than he has ever lifted before. Hasson also needs another 5kg and could do with some sprint work. Tough ask to build strength and speed at the same time, but possible. São needs less baby fat and a sculptured frame. All the young forwards need to make the best use of the offseason building strength and speed. Expectations of them will be quite simple - hit the line as hard and as fast as you can ... and leave the rest to our experienced superstars. ... and DCE should practice goal kicking every day in the offseason, public holidays excluded.