Norths cruising in third gear but need to find consistency according to rookie coach

Sitting second on the ladder with just two losses to his side’s name in 2019, you’d think 30-year old Norths coach Nick Hensley would be pretty happy about things at North Sydney Oval at the halfway point of the season. But according to the rookie coach, the Shoreman have been far too inconsistent so far this year.  “We’ve had a promising start to the year but it hasn’t been outstanding,” he told Rugby News this week.  “At times, we’ve executed exactly as planned but then at other times we’ve gone away from that.  “It’s not our capability, it’s our consistency that’s the issue,” A lack of consistency was fairly evident last weekend, when Norths handed Southern Districts a 21 point lead at North Sydney Oval, then turned things around in the second half and escaped with a 35-28 victory.  “We’re probably not where we’d like to be on the ladder at this point, but we’re where we need to be,” the coach said.  “We’ve managed
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