NSW Schools: Waverley out to cause upset against Scots in local derby

Waverley first XV coach Scott Coleman believes his side can upset schoolboy rugby powerhouse Scots tomorrow, if they can match the GPS side up front. After defeating ISA reigning premiers St Augustine’s last weekend, Coleman said his side was preparing for arguably their toughest test of the season at Bellevue Hill tomorrow. “We trained really well yesterday, I think it was our best session of the year so far so I think they’re definitely up for the challenge this weekend,” Coleman told Rugby News. Waverley scored 47 points in an impressive attacking display last week, but Coleman said he was expecting a far tighter match against their local rivals on Saturday. “It’s definitely going to be a battle won up front and if our guys are willing to put their bodies on the line, then we’ll have a good chance but it’s going to be very tough up front,” the coach said. “They’ve got a number of strong forward runners who can offload the ball, so we need to make
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