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After showing great potential in the 2020 season, the Woden Valley Rams have been preparing well ahead of the new season.

The Rams were one of four clubs who competed last year, finishing the shortened season with three wins.

Ken Nagas returns for his second season as first grade head coach, bringing plenty of experience and knowledge to the side.

Having started pre-season back in December last year, Woden are excited for the season to start.

The Rams have retained a lot of last year’s squad, as well as giving some of the reserve grade players an opportunity in the first grade team. 

The Woden Valley Rams reserve grade side won their grand final last year against the UC Stars, and Nagas has been impressed with many players in that squad.

One player that has been particularly impressive for Nagas is Bryce Philipzen. The hard-working winger was part of the last year's reserve grade side, and had his first opportunity to start on the wing in a first-grade trial match against West Belconnen two weeks ago.

Prop Brad Prior and halfback Brayden Robertson were both part of the Monaro Open Men’s representative side this year, winning the Country Championships grand final. They will be key players in 2021 for Woden, as well as senior players Steven Ferry and Sean Maloney.

Hear from First Grade captain Steven Ferry and League Tag player Emma McDonald as they preview the 2021 season. 

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