Shute Shield: 10 best new, young faces so far this season

One of the most enjoyable aspects of following the Shute Shield each year is watching new talented young players push into first grade and kickstart their rugby careers.  Already this season, there’s been a bunch of new faces impressing across Sydney. Here are the 10 best new, young players impressing so far this season. Jayden Blake - Randwick (2002) 21-year old Dubbo centre Jayden Blake started last season in first grade before getting injured. He was replaced by Matthias Jensen who was signed by the Brumbies late last year.  A tall, strong and tough outside centre, Blake looks to be a professional rugby player in the making. James McGregor - Eastwood (2004) After making his Aussie 7s debut last year, Eastwood’s pint sized speedster James McGregor has also made an impact in every Shute Shield match he has played this season.  Still only 19, McGregor has featured mostly on the wing for Eastwood but Woodies coach David Telfer said he think’s McGregor will

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