Shute Shield: 2015 Season Review – Warringah

by Paul Cook - Warringah are a side that have been making steady progress in recent years and they will be looking to kick-on again when the 2016 Shute Shield competition kicks-off next month. 2015 saw another late coaching reshuffle disrupt the Rats’ pre-season and it took time for the team – and incoming head coach Greg Marr – to bed down and figure out what exactly it was they wanted from each other. When they did, they showed once again why on their day, they can be considered as genuine title challengers. They just need to experience those days a touch more consistently. Rugby News sat down with Marr recently to discuss his first year up at Rat Park and how their season developed from a slow start into a surge towards finals footy, before ending in a gallant but frustrating loss to the eventual champions.   *************************************** Give us a brief overview of the season from your perspective? Greg Marr: “I’d have to say a little bit disappointin
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