Around the Traps Column: More of Marr, Woods’ jumper secret, happy Stan, tension at lunch


We’re into Round Two of the Shute Shield and as always the phone has been ringing hot with all the news and views from the greatest club competition in Australia. Here’s what we are hearing:

Warringah’s new skipper BEN MARR is going to add a new dimension to the Rats as they head out on the journey they call generational change.

It’s a pretty fresh deck at Rat Park this year and Marr is going to add a lot to the mix from fullback and later in games when he heads up into the front line and takes on some of there first receiving load from flyhalf DEAN BLORE.

Just about all the big dogs from the premiership year of 2017 and three straight grand final appearances have gone and the new fresh look can set them up for some sustained success in the Shute Shield.

Marr says he’s not worried about the weight of expectation that come with the captaincy and was clear of thought and intention when Rugby News spoke to him at the Rats launch on Wednesday.

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