2024 Shute Shield Mid Season Reviews: Hunter, Randwick & Southern Districts

We're halfway through the 2024 Shute Shield regular season and Warringah and Easts, two sides that missed the finals last year, both sit in the top three. With no rugby over the June long weekend, we thought we'd check in with each of the 12 coaches to find out how they are travelling after nine rounds and what they are expecting in the months ahead. Next up, Hunter, Randwick & Southern Districts. Hunter with Scott Coleman - 10th (4 wins, 5 losses) How would you describe your first half of the season?  "Not good enough to be honest," Coleman told Rugby News. "We have had a lot of injuries in the forwards but that should not be any excuse. "We always knew we would start slower than last year but we definitely have to get ourselves in order now as it's crunch time." What do you need to improve on in the weeks ahead?  "Execution and detail are the main things. We are just not clinical enough are the right times of the game yet. Plus we've got to play our game and stop

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