Proud Easts’ junior Archie King says Beasties aren’t done just yet

There aren't many players out there as passionate about Eastern Suburbs as first grade utility back Archie King. Still just 24, King is already in his fifth season of first grade but he remembers a few years ago when things weren't going so well at Woollahra. “There’s a big good group of us that came through colts and into grade within a few years of one another. “There weren’t a lot of older guys at the club then, so a lot of us ended up playing first grade maybe a little sooner then we should have and it was pretty tough.” Easts will play first grade finals footy for the first time since 2013 on Saturday when they take on minor premiers Sydney Uni at Camperdown and the Bays and Easts Wallaroos junior says it’s been several years in the making. “There’s been a big transition this year I think. We’ve always had a really strong culture at the club and that’s why people want to play here but I think in the past, we probably focussed a little too much on
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