Jim Williams hopeful of ‘Greater’ Sydney Rams in 2015

Former Wallaby Jim Williams will coach the Greater Sydney Rams in this year’s National Rugby Championship and has grand plans for the foundation club, both on and off the field. The Rams fell just one competition point short of qualifying for last year’s finals, but will be far better prepared heading into 2015, according to Williams. “It’s a competition that was rushed in last year and from that side of things we are looking forward to being a bit more settled heading into this season,” Williams told Rugby News. “Having two of your catchment teams (Eastwood and Southern Districts) in a grand final the week before the competition started didn’t make things easy last year,” he added. Williams said the Rams have a contingency plan in place in case a similar situation occurs later this year, with the 14 test international keeping a close eye on all five Shute Shield feeder clubs. “West Harbour are starting to do well and Parramatta have had some really good performa
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