Resurgent Rats Seeking A Permanent Place At the Top Table

by Paul Cook - It was a case of déjà vu for Warringah before a ball was even kicked this season. Incumbent head coach Haig Sare’s decision to up sticks and head to Queensland – for understandable and admirable family reasons – only a few weeks out from round one wasn’t exactly the best preparation for a new campaign. But the irony lay in the fact that the same thing had happened only two years prior, Sare taking up the reins at short notice after Sam Harris headed to Japan to kick-start his professional coaching career. The Rats survived that particular episode intact, with a few wobbles along the way, and the core group of raw young talent that came through under Harris’ tenure, and blossomed so impressively under Sare last year, has taken this year’s merry-go-round in their stride to kick on yet again under new man Greg Marr. After a rocky opening to 2015, they look to be set fair to match last season’s top four finish, with last Saturday’s win over Southern Dis
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