Asked if he was worried before the National Carnival and playing at home, Brody was sure he said: “It adds a little more pressure because I know there are quite a few people coming out, but I’m sure that everything will be fine with us. “
“We haven’t lost much before, so if we lose this year, I don’t know how I’m going to handle it, but I’m sure another state will deserve it.”
Brody is positive about the team’s chances, and although the thought of losing is far from his mind, he identified the Victorian team as the biggest competition at the carnival.
“They have a league in place and they play pretty much all year round, so their skill level would be further compared to other years. They have so many players trying to play on their national team, which would make their competition much stronger in training, while we didn’t really have a massive selection process like in other states. “
The South Australian national team is under a lot of pressure, as it is the fourth time it is trying to win the national title with an advantage at home at the National Carnival Invacare 2019 for wheelchairs in Australia. However, the support and confidence of the locals and the large expected crowd will definitely support their inner fire.
Watch the South Australian team live at the St. Clair Recreation Center, Woodville, SA from Thursday, 11 – Saturday, April 13, and to view the event schedule, click here.
If you are unable to attend in person, watch the live broadcast of the Carnival at the link below: https://www.facebook.com/DisabilitySportsAus/
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