Stephen Holies eager to join young ‘Wicks on premiership run

Randwick veteran Stephen Holies says it’s the thought of winning an Intrust Shute Shield premiership with his young Randwick teammates that is driving his motivation in the lead up to this year’s finals series. “I’m not going to lie, the reason you want to keep playing is to create memories and the best rugby memories I have are from winning premierships. Playing with the young guys in this team is giving me so much enthusiasm and I’m loving it because they are all playing for the right reasons,” the former Wallabies and Waratahs forward said. “To win a premiership would be fantastic for the club. It’s been a while now and it would be great reward for a lot of people that have put in a lot of hard work.” The 34-year old is no stranger to the Shute Shield. In fact, Holies was  part of the Galloping Green’s last premiership side 12 years ago. “We won it back in 2004 with Michael Cheika as our coach actually; it was his last year at Randwick. The comp was differ
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