2019 Shute Shield Season Preview: Warringah

Warringah couldn’t match a brilliant Sydney Uni side at North Sydney Oval late last year and fell one game short of claiming back to back Shute Shield titles.  At the end of 2018 a number of senior players decided to call it a day and coach Darren Coleman moved to Gordon, opening the door for former Wallaby Mark Gerrard to take the reigns of a somewhat new look Warringah program in 2019. Overview with Mark Gerrard: “I’m really looking forward to taking over from DC (Darren Coleman) at Warringah this year. Obviously, he’s done a fantastic job and done a lot of the ground work, so I’m just looking to put my own twist on things to make sure the guys are continuing to play positive footy,” Rats coach Mark Gerrard told Rugby News.  “I’ve realised pretty quickly that coaching a first grade Shute Shield side isn’t as easy as most people probably think it is.  As a head coach, you’re constantly trying to build or maintain relationships throughout the club,
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