Eagles dig deep to reach NRC heights

NSW Country Eagles coach Darren Coleman says that this NRC season has been unchartered territory for his coaching and playing group. The Eagles are yet to record a single competition point as they head into Round Four after two losses and a bye weekend and are anchored at the bottom of the NRC ladder. “We’ve definitely under performed and the results have shown that,” Coleman said. “It’s frustrating and disappointing and certainly not how we planned to start the year but we’re determined to turn it all around. “Besides the result in Fiji there were a lot of positives to come out of being away last weekend and I could tell that the group had bonded. “You could see that from the body language from the boys and the way that they interacted at the airport on their way home and I am sure that we are a tighter group from that.” The Eagles head to Armidale on Saturday for their first home game and will take on the Canberra Vikings who in some people’s min
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