Intrust Super Shute Shield: Hot Shots & Pie Baggers

by Paul Cook - One of the tightest Intrust Super Shute Shield competitions in years is well underway as all 12 teams prepare for round nine this afternoon. And with only 12pts separating table-topping Randwick and 9th placed West Harbour, and almost everyone seemingly capable of beating everyone else, each game is proving to be a hotly contested tussle that is causing weekly fluctuations on the ladder. But who are the standout individual performers lighting up Sydney club rugby in 2016? Who are the right men in the right place at the right time more often than most, to claim those valuable five-pointers? And who has their radars honed to perfection in search of the uprights? Well, eight rounds in and Sydney Uni’s Jake Gordon has put some daylight between himself and the chasing pack when it comes to crossing the chalk. The young halfback snatched another double last week against Norths, his third brace of the season, to open up a three-try lead on his rival pie-baggers, helping t
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