Sydney Uni win thrilling Colts decider

By Henry Jacobs Sydney University survived a late Randwick revival to win the W. McMahon Memorial Shield with a 29-26 victory in the grand final at Forshaw Rugby Park on Sunday. After leading by 19 points with 35 minutes remaining, Dave Haigh’s side held out the Galloping Greens in the last play of the match to claim the 2015 title. “I don’t think it was ever won, the result proved that, it went all the way to the last minute,” Haigh said. “For us it was our defence that we were most proud of and I think that’s ultimately where we won the game.” University started strongly and took the upper hand with a number of early tries as Randwick struggled with its set piece. “We knew from earlier performances this year that when we let ourselves down it was because we had a slow start, so we knew we had to shut them out of the game early,” Sydney University captain, Jack McCalman, said. “Defence was key and just that attitude of continually getting off the ground an
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