Randwick aiming to return to glory days under new coach Owen Finegan

Newly appointed Randwick coach Owen Finegan believes a handful of relatively minor changes to the rugby program at Coogee Oval will help the Galloping Greens transform from a talented top six team, to genuine Shute Shield premiership contenders in 2018 and beyond. After spending a season as assistant coach in 2017, the former Wallaby will take the reigns from Shannon Fraser next season. “Over the last two years, Randwick have been competitive all season but then slipped away come finals time. Two years ago, they were leading the competition with two rounds remaining but lost their next three games,” Finegan said. “This year, we were second with two rounds left and did the same thing, so that’s obviously something we need to address. “Our goal at a rugby level was to win the club championships this year but we didn’t, we came second. We were the only club to have all seven teams in the finals, but after a week, we only had one or two teams left, so it’s not a g
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