Creagh confident Australian School Barbarians still have best to come

Australian Schools Barbarians centre Vincent Creagh is confident his side’s best is ahead of them after a strong showing against New Zealand Schools on Monday. Trailing 21-0 early against the Kiwis, the Barbarians found a way to play their way into the match and will take plenty of confidence into their next game against Tongan Schools, according to Creagh. “We knew it was going to be tough, they’re the best rugby nation in the world but I think we certainly held our own. It wasn't the best start but once we got over that, we put 31 points on them,” he said. “In saying that, we also identified a few things that we need to work on, particularly around our defence on the edges where they ran through us a little bit. That’s something we’ve worked on this week.” Creagh captained Sydney school Joeys to their first GPS premiership in more than a decade earlier this year in remarkable circumstances. Needing to beat Riverview to claim the title, the lead changed
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