Game management key for Shore ahead of Kings’ clash at Northbridge

After conceding a try on full time in a round one loss to Riverview last weekend, Shore coach Angus Sinclair is hoping his side can learn quickly and bounce back against Kings at Northbridge on Saturday. 

Shore led for most of the afternoon in their opening match of the 2024 GPS season, but were forced to watch on as Iggies No.9 Angus Grover kicked a match winning conversion from close to the sideline with the final play of the day. 

“It was a tough, tough game and it’s never nice to lose in that fashion, watching a kick go over after the bell,” Sinclair told Rugby News. 

“It makes it worse because we had it within our control to close out that game and we just weren’t able to. 

"Credit to Riverview though, they held their composure at the end, managed to cross the line when they needed to and Angus Grover held his nerve from out wide to win it.

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