Shute Shield: Warringah and Souths searching for consistency and crucial win

At their best, Warringah and Southern Districts are two of the most entertaining sides in the Shute Shield. Both sides have showed glimpses of their best in the opening five rounds but consistency has been an issue, adding further intrigue to Saturday afternoon’s clash at Rat Park. With three wins each, Warringah sit one spot ahead of Souths in fifth place and both sides need a victory this weekend to stay in touch with the competition leaders. After a disappointing effort against Eastwood in round four, Darren Coleman’s Rats bounced back and claimed a 38-24 win over West Harbour at Concord Oval last Saturday. “It was a step in the right direction after a pretty horrible performance against Eastwood but we still had too many handling errors,” Coleman told Rugby News. “We had 10 linebreaks to West Harbour’s three last week. It’s good to know we can create opportunities but we need to execute to beat a team like Souths.” Warringah are yet to win at home this year in
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