Northern Suburbs to evolve playing style under new coach Shannon Fraser

Newly appointed Northern Suburbs coach Shannon Fraser believes the Shoreman will need to continue to evolve as a football side in the years to come, if they are to remain at the top end of the Shute Shield competition ladder. Under Simon Cron, Norths won the 2016 premiership and reached the 2017 decider in August this year. But with Cron leaving to take on a role with the Waratahs, Fraser will oversee a new era at North Sydney Oval. “It’s going to be a challenge, coming into a club that is seemingly at the top of their game. But I think that creates a challenge in itself to try and find the few percent that we can gain and keep the club ticking on successfully,” Fraser said. After coaching a young group at Randwick for the past three seasons, Fraser will inherit one of the Shute Shield’s most confident and now experienced rosters, but the coach still thinks he’ll have plenty of work to do ahead of the opening round in April next year. “I think you need to evolve
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