Chris Nay thriving in new look Southern Districts backline

2016 couldn’t have gone much better so far for Southern Districts and their new fullback Chris Nay. Heading into the final round of the competition, the new look Rebels side is just one win away from securing a top three finish and a home semi final in the opening week of the finals. “So far I think this year has gone really well,” Nay told Rugby News. “There has been the occasional hiccup here and there and at times we’ve lacked consistency but I think in the games that we’ve lost, I feel we weren’t really outplayed, we’ve just lacked execution and that let us down.” After losing to Eastwood in last year’s preliminary final, Southern Districts watched a handful of their biggest stars graduate to Super Rugby this year. Captain Jed Holloway played his way into the Waratahs No.8 jersey, flyhalf Ben Volavola joined the Crusaders and outside backs Alex Gibbon and Paul Asquith headed to the Reds and Rebels respectively. Many labelled the 2016 season “a rebuilding
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