Intrust Shute Shield Round 11: Match Previews

Warringah v Eastwood Warringah held on for a hard-fought 42-35 victory over West Harbour in round 10 and now sit just outside of the top six. “I thought we were pretty good against West Harbour. They were well coached and unpredictable and they punished us when we lost concentration. Hopefully we can learn from that,” Rats coach Greg Marr said. Warringah welcome back Josh Holmes from Australian Sevens duties and gun No.8 Sam Ward, who returns from a successful season in Italy. Mike Adams also replaces Jamie Forbes on the wing. “We can beat Eastwood if we play our to our potential for 80 minutes but we need to eliminate the now customary glitches in our game,” Marr added. Eastwood returned to form with a big win over Gordon last week with outside backs Jerome McKenzie, Jonathan Malo and Michael McDougall scoring seven tries between them. “Our support play improved last week, we worked really hard off the ball and our patience in defence was pleasing,” Stu Woodhouse told
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