Tahs tighten set piece in preparation for dominant Sharks

By Dan Elsom The NSW Waratahs are looking to get their season back on track this weekend after a disappointing loss to the Force in Perth. With finals football just over a month away the Waratahs are looking to build momentum heading into the pointy end of the season, starting this weekend against the Sharks. “We were embarrassed to play that way and come away with a loss like that. Now we have a point to prove this week,” outside back Matt Carraro said. With only three home games left in the regular season, Carraro said the home crowd support should help NSW put some pride back into the jersey this week. “Last week we just didn’t show any passion for the game. We just couldn’t get into the game, and passion was a big part of that. Its good we are back at Allianz, and we will have the crowd behind us, so it should be easy to bring those things back.” Disappointed with their execution at the set piece and breakdown against the Force, the Waratahs will need to improve t
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