Wagga Tigers coach Shaun Campbell admits he has mixed emotions ahead of his final game for the club at Griffith on Saturday.
Campbell’s three-year tenure as Tigers coach will come to an end when they finish the season with a game against the undefeated Swans at Exies Oval.
“I’ve got mixed emotions, I think,” Campbell said.
“A lot of people have been saying you’ll be keen for this season to be over but not necessarily. I love my footy and love my coaching.
“I definitely won’t be happy, I’ll be pretty sad actually.”
Campbell will implore his young Tigers team to have fun against the premiership favourites.
“Just have a crack and enjoy themselves,” he said.
“Spring a bit of lip, kick a few goals and have a bit of fun. I’m a big believer if you’re not enjoying yourself then you’re not going to play good footy.”
Griffith, who are shooting for the perfect home and away season, will also celebrate their 1968 premiership reunion at Saturday’s game.