Business as usual and Beers as Northern Suburbs head to Manly Oval

By MARK CASHMAN Northern Suburbs coach Zak Beer says there are two aspects of his return to Manly Oval On Saturday for the Shoremen’s Shute Shield clash with Manly. On the one hand there is the business as usual aspect of the fixture. “Yeah there’s been our normal review, team selection, training and going through hours of vision to try and nut out what Manly will bring to the table,” Beer told Rugby News. Then there’s the emotional side of the equation that invariably comes up when a player or coach revisits an old stamping ground. “I spent a lot of my life there (at Manly) playing and coaching so it’s a ground that has a lot of familiarity for me - a lot of great memories,” he added. “It’s a great ground to play at and I’m looking forward to everything that the day will bring and seeing a lot of friends and family again. “Norths is my home now. They have been so welcoming and have given me a great opportunity to coach at Shute Shield level

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