Fourth Grade shows the way as Southern Districts hit reset button

As Southern Districts’ fourth grade side held on to claim a 22-17 victory over Western Sydney in last weekend’s semi final, it took them a little longer to get off the field compared to what it used to.  The fourth graders, most now in their 30s, are slower than they used to be. Many of them are fatter and greyer too.  But between them, they’ve played more than 1800 games at Souths across the grades and seasons, and they’ve used that experience to win 12 straight matches and book a spot in the preliminary final against Randwick this Sunday.  The performances and the spirit of the Southern Districts fourth grade side has been a rare highlight in what has otherwise been a fairly tumultuous year at Forshaw.  Love club rugby? You’ll love the 100 Years of Rugby News coffee table book. With Father’s Day around the corner, grab your copy today! But on the back of their fourth grade side, Southern Districts are ready to turn things around.  “Besides fourth
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