Shute Shield Semi-Finals For Young Gun
Shute Shield Semi-Finals For Young Gun,Despite an early exit from the Intrust Super Shute Shield, a young gun from Warringah will be back in action for his club in the next round. He will be joining fellow winger Corey Anderson, who was also withdrawn earlier in the season. The team has been struggling lately, having lost their last three games. But they hope their young gun will have a positive impact on the club.
Students and Rats
Despite the sad passing of Lachlan Ward last year, the Rats managed to finish in the top two in the club championship and claim the first Shute Shield title in 12 years. The club also won the Tooheys New Cup, which was the premier club competition in 2002. The Rats are now searching for a new head coach. The search is expected to conclude next week.
The Intrust Super Shute Shield is Sydney’s premier club rugby competition. It’s played at North Sydney Oval and will be held next week. The grand final will be played between two of the clubs that have qualified for the tournament. The teams that have qualified are: Eastwood, Warringah, Sydney University, Southern Districts and Northern Suburbs.
The Rats have won one premiership, and one minor title. The team has had a tumultuous year following the death of Lachlan Ward, who collapsed during a rugby match in June. The board is hoping to make an announcement on a new head coach by the end of the week. The club is also looking for a new Director of Rugby, who will oversee the club’s rugby activities.
The Students and Rats last met in the Shute Shield in 2005. In fact, the two clubs will play each other in the preliminary finals of the competition.
Warringah and Southern Districts vs Northern Suburbs
Having beaten both Manly and Sydney Uni in their last two games, Warringah look to continue their rise up the ladder. While it is likely that Angus Allen will start from the bench, Brodie Leber is expected to have a big role to play in this game.
Northern Suburbs are firmly entrenched in the number one position on the ladder and lead the competition by three points. They have played one more game than their opponents. They are also the only team in the competition that is undefeated. They will face Eastwood and Norths in Round Sixteen.
Southern Districts are a large, confrontational team. They will welcome back Tetera Faulkner from Waratahs duty. They will also have Angus Allen and Joe Cotton on their bench. The team’s top players will be looking to gain the turnover ball. The team will also be looking to win the contact area.
The last round of the regular season will kick off in both Sydney and Melbourne this weekend. There will be several notable results. Some teams will make it to the finals of all comps. The other big match will see Gordon take on Sydney University. All of these matches will be broadcasted by Stan Sport.
Intrust Super Shute Shield semi-finals
Despite having one of the best seasons in recent memory, the Rats have had a tough year to say the least. First, Lachlan Ward died in a rugby match in June and now, in what’s arguably the best season in years, the club has endured a tumultuous couple of months and will be playing the final round of the Intrust Super Shute Shield at North Sydney Oval next week.
The aforementioned Intrust Super Shute Shield is the premier club rugby competition in Sydney. The event will see teams battle it out for a piece of the spoils and, of course, prestige. The top two teams will go head to head in the semi-finals, with the winner facing the victors of last year’s grand final. The other teams are the Southern Districts and the Northern Suburbs. The competition will be a tough one to call. The Rats have a history with the University, having faced them in a Shute Shield grand final in 2005, and if they manage to make the final then they will get a final shot at a title.