New coach Cam Treloar looking to ride wave of optimism at West Harbour

After winning two Shute Shield titles on either side of a successful professional rugby career, rookie West Harbour coach Cam Treloar arrived at Concord late last year riding a wave of optimism.

As the final touches were put on West Harbour’s new state of the art facility at Concord towards the end of last season, the Pirates also found form on the field, losing just one of their final five matches in 2022.

"It’s a really exciting time at West Harbour now that we are back at Concord, the facilities are unbelievable,” Treloar told Rugby News.

“I also think we’ve got an exciting playing group that finished last season really well and hopefully we can pick up where they left off this year.”

Treloar, a two metre tall red headed lock, spent 10 seasons playing professional rugby in Australia, Italy and France and was lured back to Rat Park after retiring to add experience to Warringah’s 2017 Shute Shield winning side.

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