Shute Shield Season Preview: WARRINGAH with Haig Sare

by Paul Cook - The run-in to the 2013 season didn’t offer ideal preparation for Warringah with then coach Sam Harris accepting a late offer from Japan – with the club’s blessing - to further his promising coaching career, and rookie Haig Sare stepping up to the plate for his coaching initiation only three weeks before the opening weekend of competition. The former Western Force utility back learned quickly as his side got off to a highly promising start before a fallow mid-season period knocked them back down the ladder and ultimately cost them a finals spot - they missed out on points differential to Randwick - despite a late season charge. Blessed with an abundance of young talent, Sare’s challenge this year is to add some much needed starch up front to complement a free-scoring backline and with the club celebrating its 50th year, the timing is perfect for the next
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