Meli: Getting Job Done

REVENGE isn’t on the menu when Saints line up to face Catalan Dragons on Friday according to Francis Meli.

The 33-year-old, who has bagged 121 tries for the club, says his teammates are much more focussed on going over there and getting the points rather than worrying about past matches.

“Revenge after that last gasp win? Not really,” he said. “We have set on our mind on getting the job done and getting the two points. We got beat in last second and have learnt from that. We know what we did wrong and we know we shouldn’t have let them back into the game.

“But it’s a long time since that happened and we’ve worked on what we needed to do.”

He continued: “It will be warm playing over there and we have to go mentally prepared to expect those conditions. They have built their success on how well they are playing at home and it is a fortress. It makes it a big task for us.

“To travel over there and get a win would be fantastic, considering where we both are sitting in the table. We want to finish in the top two and to beat them would be a major thing.

“They are going well under Trent Robinson and have brought in experienced players too. They are going in the right direction.”

Saints take on Catalan on Friday and you can enjoy the action live from the new Red Vee Café Bar at Langtree Park.

Wish FM will be coming live from the venue in the afternoon and the club shop will be open until 7pm – an ideal opportunity to renew your season ticket before the big match.

And, Saints Gold will be on sale at just £2 a pint.

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