Shute Shield: Deegan confident Randwick are still far from their best

Randwick flyhalf Andrew Deegan believes his side will continue to get better each week and play their best rugby at the right time of the season this year. Deegan scored 24 points and the match winning try in the Galloping Greens’ 29-22 win over reigning premiers Norths on Saturday but the 22-year old was quick to share the credit with his teammates. “I don’t think I can take too much credit for that, it was our tight five that did the hard work to win most of those those penalties,” he said. “Coming off the back of a disappointing draw against Eastwood, we knew playing Norths at home would be really tough so it was great to get the result but also to fix a few of the mistakes that we made the week before.” After blowing a 14-point lead in round 7, Randwick kicked five penalty goals in the opening 45 minutes against Norths to take a 15-10 lead, however Deegan said the decision to take the points wasn’t a tactic heading into the match. “It was kind of just the feel
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