Q&A: Departing Sydney Uni coach Rob Taylor reflect on four years coaching in the Shute Shield

In his four years coaching at Sydney Uni, Rob Taylor won four Shute Shield premierships, two each in first grade and first colts.  Considering that, it’s no surprise to hear the coach has been picked up by UK Premiership club Leicester as attack coach ahead of the 2020/21 season.  Taylor is seriously impressive and his success speaks for itself. Before he left, Rugby News caught up with the humble Kiwi to reflect on his time in Sydney and hear his thoughts on the future of our game and competition.  How do you look back on your time at Sydney Uni?  I was very lucky and feel very privileged to have been invited to join the club four or so years ago.  In that time, I’ve been surrounded by so many good people, particularly early on when I worked closely with Carts (Tom Carter) and Davo (Tim Davidson). I really just picked up where they left off and I think without their guidance and education about the club and the history, it would have been a much harder task for
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