Finegan and Randwick wary of unpredictable Gordon outfit

Randwick coach Owen Finegan is wary of an unpredictable Gordon side who are capable of scoring plenty of points but wants his side to focus on their own game in his Shute Shield coaching debut at Coogee Oval on Saturday. Randwick ended 2017 on a sour note, losing in the opening week of the playoffs to Warringah, but Finegan seems confident his new look side will be a different proposition in 2018, starting on Saturday against the highlanders. “I watched their trial against Warringah and they play a fairly ad-lib style, they don’t seem to get into that pattern style of rugby too much. They’ve got a fairly flamboyant flyhalf (Pat Toeta) so we’ll need to be defensively strong,” the former Wallaby said. Waratahs back Andrew Kellaway is expected to start at fullback for the Galloping Greens after not making the trip to Japan, while Tom Wong and Bryon Croke will partner in a new look Randwick halves combination. “I’d like to see a lot of the little things that we’
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