NSW Gen Blue finalise squad for inaugural Super 20’s tournament

NSW Gen Blue coach Tim Rapp said his focus is on the development of his players throughout the inaugural Australian Super 20’s competition and not on results. However the former scrumhalf admitted that hasn't been an easy point to get across to his players. “Our ultimate goal is to turn as many of these players into Waratahs as possible, that’s what we are looking to do, but in saying that, these guys are elite rugby players and they all want to win every match they play in,” Rapp told Rugby News. “We started with a fairly big squad so it’s been competitive from day one and that is only going to continue from here.” Rapp’s original 60-man squad was culled to 45 before Christmas and again to 36 following a trial against NSW Country U20’s last month, with only a handful of players returning from last year’s National Championship winning side. “We’ve only got a few back from last year but I don’t think that is such a bad thing. A lot of the guys spent last s
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