NRC: Coleman names new look NSW Country team to play QLD Country

NSW Country Eagles coach Darren Coleman has made widespread changes and named a new look side for this weekend's match against Queensland Country in Toowoomba. The undefeated Eagles will most likely need one win from their final two matches to secure a home semi final. After beating Perth in Sydney last weekend, Coleman has taken the opportunity to rest a number of his stars and give other squad members some much needed game time ahead of the finals. Australian U20s lock Ryan McCauley will make his NRC run-on debut alongside fellow Eastern Suburbs teammate Clarrie Moore. Randwick prop Sonny Satuala has also been named to start, with Sam Figg returning from Sevens duties to play in the backrow. In the backs, Mitch Short replaces Jake Gordon at scrumhalf and Andrew Deegan returns to the stating side after playing from the bench last week. Christian Kagiassis and Charlie Clifton will both play their first match of the year on respective wings, with Waratahs star Reece Robinson to play
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