2022 Shute Shield Season Review: Western Sydney Two Blues

Western Sydney were the success story of the 2022 Shute Shield season. But don’t mention that to anyone in and around Eric Tweedale Stadium.  Despite recording the club’s best results in recent history, the Two Blues were bitterly disappointed to miss the playoffs in first grade and lose tight finals matches in second grade and fourth grade.  That’s given Sailosi Tagicakibau plenty to work with heading into his second season in charge at Eric Tweedale Stadium, where it seems sides are continually going to find it harder and harder to win in the years to come.  Overview with Sailosi Tagicakibau: “As a club, not just in first grade but right across the club, we all took a step in the right direction this year,” Tagicakibau said.  “As a first year coach with a new playing group, it took a bit of time to click on the field and we struggled a little bit early on in the season. But we had our first win in round four against Gordon and then we continued to build
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