The Western Force have started looking at the future of their tight five with the re-signing of 21 year old prop Oliver Hoskins and 22 year old lock Adam Coleman. Both players have been regulars in the 23 man squad this season. Hoskins has come off the bench in all nine match's and Coleman has returned from a wrist injury and found his way into the starting line-up.
The signing of these two players is very positive for the future of the Force. Both players have been showing promise, especially Coleman who has recently caught the eye of World Cup-winning former Wallabies coach Bob Dwyer. Dwyer compared Coleman to John Eales, who he famously picked out of nowhere to play in the Wallabies World Cup squad of 1991.
Coleman and Hoskins will travel with the squad to South Africa after the bye this weekend to take on the Cheetahs and the Stormers back to back.