Dewar Shield: Endeavour Hills aiming to build on strong start

By James Wong Endeavour Hills are looking to consolidate their 2016 turn-around this Saturday against Box Hill in a top four clash at RHL Sparks Reserve. After finishing bottom of the ladder last season with just one win the Eagles are sitting in fourth place after five rounds. Endeavour Hills head coach Paul Maihi said he is pleased with his team’s progress so far. “We have to be happy compared to the situation last year. However, we do know that it's early days, they don't hand out Dewar Shields after five rounds. “We've set ourselves standards and benchmarks to achieve and I'm happy that we've done it to date.” Maihi said his team will need to be at their best against Box Hill. “I think Box Hill definitely has quality across the park. I don't think we're able to match their quality. We've got to play very smart rugby and exploit their weaknesses. “If you make a mistake against Box Hill you're going to pay the price.” The three players Maihi picked as the ones
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