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WESTERN suffered a 34-18 loss against a classy Federation of Italia Rugby League Australiaoutfit in Bathurst on Saturday, but assistant coach Kip Maranda is confident the Rams are on the right path.
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SKIPPER: Rams enforcer Simon Osborne was a handful for the Italians at Carrington Park. Photo: PHIL BLATCH

Both sides used the Carrington Park clash as a means of viewing players with potential headed into, for the Azzurri, the 2017 World Cup and, for Maranda’s Rams, next year’s country championship.

On that note, FIRLA’sChristian Bate and Blake Cavelarro gave Italian selectors plenty to think about in the lead-up to next year’s World Cup, the latter scoring 22 of his side’s points in a stunning display from the halfback.

While, for the hosts, forwards Luke Thompson, Simon Osborne and Brent Seager poured through a mountain of work in the middle of the field and Parkes fullback Sam Dwyer was brilliant, earning the FIRLA’s vote as player of the game.

Naturally disappointed after the loss, Maranda said it was important to look at the positives out of a fixture designed to give a stack of promising young stars Rams debuts.

Forbes’ Mitch Burke, Lithgow’s Mitch Case and Orange CYMS pivot Dom Maley were three of those players, the trio drawing praisefrom Maranda.

God Defend New Zealand at Eden Park, Julie Anthony’s Advance Australia Fair and the Il Canto Degli Italiani at Carrington Park #greatanthemspic.twitter南京夜网/acjqOSF5cP

— Nick McGrath (@nickmcgrath4) October 15, 2016It’s a work in progress and I think we’re on the right track so we’ll just keep working on it.

Western Rams assistant coach Kip Maranda34 | Blake Cavelarro over for #FIRLA, its now 12-all. Mambo Italiano getting a good run by the ground announcer

— Nick McGrath (@nickmcgrath4) October 15, 2016This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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