Satuala certain West Harbour’s 10-year Shute Shield finals drought is coming to an end

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West Harbour veteran Sonny Satuala is certain that 2024 will be the year the Pirates break their Shute Shield finals drought and return to knockout footy for the first time since 2013.

The 32-year old had just moved in to grade when West Harbour last featured in the first grade playoffs and seems confident that more than a decade later, West Harbour are ready to return.

“It’s happening this year, I really believe it,” Satuala told Rugby News.

“Back in colts I played in a grand final with West Harbour and it was such an unreal experience. I’d love to play finals with this group. It would be a great achievement and a bit of a relief to be honest after a lot of heard work from everyone at the club.

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