Inspiring captain’s words firing up Two Blues as they fight for Shute Shield finals spot

By Jon Geddes

THE Two Blues are treating Saturday’s crucial clash with West Harbour at Eric Tweedale Stadium as their “last hurrah” as they prepare for a three-way battle to snatch a spot in the top six.

If the Two Blues are to play in the finals they must get a bonus point win against West Harbour and then hope Sydney University defeat Gordon, without a bonus point – or they have a draw at Chatswood Oval.     

Rugby News can reveal at Tuesday night’s team meeting, the vasty-experienced Two Blues’ captain Nemani Nadolo gave his players an inspirational speech as they prepare for the weekend’s intriguing final round.

“There is no next week, so we’ve got to make sure we go out and put on a performance that we can be proud of,” said Nadolo, the Fijian international who has played in France, England, Japan and with the Crusaders and Waratahs.

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