Ruthven’s Rats set to return bigger and better following Warringah’s heartbreaking GF loss

After falling just short of claiming a second Shute Shield premiership in three seasons, Warringah have quickly moved on and shifted focus towards their 2020 campaign. Former assistant coach Mike Ruthven replaced head coach Mark Gerrard shortly after this year’s grand final and immediately began planning his team’s return to the final weekend of the season.  “Our last little period has been really positive. We’re about five weeks into a six week pre Christmas block, the numbers have been great and everyone is just ripping in, so it’s been a great start,” the club veteran told Rugby News.  To be honest, the grand final hasn’t really been spoken of. I’m sure deep down there is still a bit of disappointment there but it’s not something we’re talking or focusing on. Everyone is just looking forward to getting back into it in 2020.” Warringah led Sydney Uni 16-0 midway through the second half of this year’s decider, but couldn’t match the perennial ch
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