Shute Shield Mid season Review: Hunter Wildfires


In any footy side time together is an important part of the vibe that leads to winning at Shute Shield level and Hunter Wildfires coach Scott Coleman would love to buy some of that.

The Wildfires have won only two of their nine matches at the halfway mark but there have been signs that this side has the parts to make a very competitive side.

It’s been 20 minutes here and 30 minutes there as they come to grips with the realities of playing down the M1.

Still there have been some times to cherish with a number of their players launching their careers at the higher level including Herny Stowers, Olajuwon Noa, Kirk Tufuga and the impressive Joe Tamani.

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