Hinkley ready to skin Cats

Written By Unknown on Kamis, 24 April 2014 | 12.50

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley is shooting for his first win against Geelong. Picture: Sarah Reed Source: News Corp Australia

PORT Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley believes the Power is gradually getting closer to Geelong after three tries under his stewardship and has learnt valuable lessons from each outing.

Hinkley still has enormous respect for his former side, which continues to be a competition top-liner after a decade of sustained success.


But he will call on the Power's competitive nature and relentless approach to winning the ball as he seeks his first win against the Cats as a senior coach this weekend.

"It's a great challenge,'' Hinkley said. "We respect the Geelong football club and know how great they have been for such a long time.

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley told the media his side's victory over West Coast at home was vert satisfying.

"We've played them three times, I think, in my time and we've been able to get a little bit closer each time.

"Hopefully we can get a little bit closer again this time and get away with a win. But we understand what a big task it is.

"We think we're improving all the time and we need to continue to improve all the time, and we know that's every game that we're together.''

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