Shute Shield Round 6: Two Blues upset Souths, Easts bounce back

In one of the tighter rounds of Shute Shield rugby we've seen, just 16 points separated all 10 sides in five matches over the weekend.  We spoke to each of the camps to get their take on the weekend’s action.  Sydney Uni 29-24 Northern Suburbs A strong start and some “beautiful scrummaging” saw Sydney Uni claim a five point victory over Norths on Saturday and jump into second spot on the Shute Shield ladder.  Coming off a disappointing loss to Gordon last week, the Students got on top early and scored three unanswered tries, before Norths worked their way back into the match.  Uni coach Rob Taylor was thrilled with his side’s efforts at scrumtime and said it was one of the Students more complete performances this year.  “Our scrummaging was beautiful and helped us get on top, then we stuck to our game plan on the back of that,” Taylor told Rugby News. “Tom Osborne made his debut at loosened prop and put in an excellent shift. He was playing colts
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