Roosters Get Power To Adapt!

FROM From the Great Barrier Reef, Sydney Harbour Bridge and beautiful Brisbane skyline, to the banks of the River Aire, Carr Mill Dam and the floodlit Langtree Park, this weekend’s World Club Series is set to take three NRL sides firmly out of their comfort zone.

Just how prepared are Sydney Roosters to adapt to the conditions and take on St Helens this Friday?

To help make sure the Roosters are energised ahead of this weekend’s games, First Utility, official title sponsor of the Super League, has given each squad member one item that everybody inevitably forgets to pack, an international Australia-to-UK power adapter. Fully charged, the stars of the Sydney side will now be able to fully embrace their First Utility Super League experience, both on and off the field.
Leaving behind highs of 31°C, the Roosters are expected to take on the Saints in 6°C weather on Friday evening, can Kieron Cunningham’s side take advantage of the favourable conditions to bounce back from last weekend’s shock defeat against Salford?
Amanda Cumine, Director of Communications at First Utility, said: “Being the title sponsor of the First Utility Super League, we felt it was our duty to help welcome the stars of the Sydney Roosters to the St Helens. They’ve got enough to adapt to already, so our little gift is our way of making sure they’re ready to go when they come up against the Saints.

“We’re confident that St Helens can put on a strong performance against the reigning NRL minor premiers, it should be a great game under the Friday night lights at Langtree Park this weekend!”

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