2024 Hospital Cup Season Preview: Sunnybank

Following a mass player exodus at the end of the 2022 season, last year was tough at Sunnybank.

But heading into his second season in charge , head coach Rob Roiri has attracted a number of talented former Dragons back to the club and seems confident those familiar faces and plenty of young talent can help Sunnybank move up the ladder in 2024.

Overview with Rob Roiri:

“It’s always a really exciting time of the year as we get closer to round one. You train and train over summer and there’s always a real buzz as competition matches approach,” Roiri told Rugby News.

“Because we had so many players out last year, compared to our 2022 squad, we spent last season and this past offseason rebuilding. I know it’s an ugly word, but we didn’t really have any other options.

“We started our offseason quite early and did a lot of work between November and Christmas. It was good to reconnect as a club. We had colts and some of our juniors training with us as one big group and I think that was really positive.

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