Shute Shield Season Preview: RANDWICK with Wade Kelly

by Paul Cook - If 2012 was a year to forget in Randwick’s illustrious history, 2013 was about picking themselves off the floor, dusting themselves off and putting in place the foundations that would see them return to their rightful seat on Australian club rugby’s top table. Players left, new bloods were recruited and the coaching and backroom staff were overhauled, all under the auspices of incoming head coach, Wade Kelly. And while the results sheet at the end of the season didn’t necessarily reflect a dramatic turnaround in fortunes, 8th place on the ladder and defeat in the semi-finals to the 2012 runners-up Southern Districts, represented significant signs of improvement. Giving a host of young talent it’s chance while playing an attractive brand of footy has meant the Galloping Greens are an exciting work in progress, and as Kelly told Rugby News recently, this seas
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