A lot needs to go right to win a Shute Shield premiership.
If you’re able to secure a spot up the top half of the ladder after 18 rounds, you need close to a full strength side on the field to be any chance in the playoffs.
If you manage that, you then need to produce three of your best performances of the season in three consecutive weeks and then hope its good enough to get you over the line.
There’s not a lot between the four remaining sides in the Shute Shield premiership so ahead of this weekend’s preliminary finals at North Sydney Oval, we thought we’d take a look at a few key figures who can win their team a comp in less than two weeks time.
Harry Potter - Sydney University
The most dangerous attacking player in the competition, Potter has made a mockery of defences throughout 2019 playing on the end of a slick Uni backline.
The Students averaged close to 40 points a match throughout the regular season, with Potter leading the way with 11 trie