2018 Shute Shield Season Review: Parramatta Two Blues

A season that brought three wins and 15 losses usually isn’t something that is celebrated but 2018 Two Blues head coach Paul Hardwick says there was much to like about the way that Parramatta went about their business. Hardwick believes that a solid foundation has been set for future years and if the now rebranded Western Sydney Two Blues can hang on to a few good players then the club is heading places. The Ken Catchpole Medal win for the Shute Shield’s best and fairest player was won by first grade captain Adrian Musico, while Jaline Graham played NRC with the NSW Country Eagles and of course their fourth grade side made the playoffs and were considered by many unlucky not to go deeper into the finals. Here’s what coach Hardwick, who will be at Gordon next year with Darren Coleman, had to say about their 2018 Shute Shield season: With hindsight, how do you look back on the season?  The Two Blues continue to punch above their weight! The playing group and coaching
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