Super Rugby: Humble Carraro Relishing Centre Stage

by Paul Cook - Talk to any of the current Waratahs players and they’ll be keen to point out the fact that they are very much a squad, a tight knit group all pulling in the same direction and with the same goals. Each one helping, pushing and driving the others along for the benefit of the team, irrespective of their relative status within it’s framework. Personal gains are firmly put to one side for the betterment of the team and without that level of selflessness and dedication to the cause, the Tahs culture fostered by Michael Cheika’s coaching team and captain Dave Dennis, simply wouldn’t function. To that end, guys like Matt Carraro are invaluable. Now 30-years-old, the Gosford born centre/winger returned to the Waratahs for a second stint last season after four years plying his trade in Europe with Bath and Montpellier. With the embarrassment of Wallaby riches already on board in the Tahs backline, he arrived knowing that his chances of regular football would likely be
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