NSW Gen Blue name side to play Brumbies Colts

NSW Gen Blue coach Tim Rapp said he is confident his side will bounce back from last weekend’s loss to Queensland U20s in the opening round of the inaugural Super 20’s tournament, ahead of tomorrow night’s clash against Brumbies Colts in Canberra. The NSW U20s side were beaten 37-22 by their northern rivals last Saturday and will most likely need to win their remaining three games to qualify for the Super 20’s final. “It was disappointing. Heading into round one, it’s hard to know where you are at as a side and playing Queensland in the opening week was always going to be tough,” Rapp told Rugby News. “We were disappointed with our detail. Queensland played very well and deserved to win but we just weren't good enough.” Despite the loss, Rapp said there were plenty of positives to take out of the match and a lot to build on ahead of Friday night’s clash in Canberra “I think everyone did some nice things individually, but for us, we generally need to play well
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