Souths looking to capitalise on strong start to 2016

By Aaron Taylor Southern Districts are one of just two undefeated teams remaining in the Intrust Shute Shield and sit second after three rounds, just one bonus point behind competition leaders Randwick. Souths opened their season with strong wins over Manly and West Harbour, before coming from behind to beat Warringah 24-23 at Rat Park last Saturday night. Despite the strong start, Souths coach Matt Barr isn't getting too far ahead himself. “We’ve learned that there’s potential within the group, there’s makings of a very good side, but we’ve still got a long way to go. It’s very early in the season and we just need to keep working hard and improving,” Barr told Rugby News. “For example, on the weekend we should have been in a position where we could close out the game, we had field position and our execution let us down and allowed the opposition back into the contest.” After losing Jed Holloway, Ben Volavola, Alex Gibbon, Paul Asquith and Afa Pakalani at the en
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