Beware the Two Blues: The pride of western Sydney

The positive momentum around the Western Sydney Two Blues has been building ever since the club announced the appointment of former Samoan international and London Irish centre Sailosi Tagicakibau as new head coach.

The 39-year old, who also won a Shute Shield premiership with Warringah in 2017, has been one of the busiest men in Sydney rugby over summer and it’s safe to say he’s got quite a few of his rival coaches worried.

“The past few years at the Two Blues haven’t been great,” Tagicakibau told Rugby News.

“The club didn’t have great playing numbers or get the results they wanted and I knew there was going to be a lot of work that needed to be done.

“But I did my research before I took the role on and I saw how much potential the club has and how much talent is in Western Sydney and it was too good of an opportunity to ignore.”

Tagicakibau said his first priority was to build a strong coaching group around him. His first and potentially most important signings of the summer were those of assistant coaches Randy Basra and Liam Windon.

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