The sky is the limit for Two Blues’ side still on the rise according to coach

Western Sydney took another massive step forward in 2023 but ultimately fell one win short of a breakthrough Shute Shield finals appearance.   The Two Blues finished seventh, two competition points behind Hunter who claimed the sixth finals spot, but Western Sydney lost eight matches by eight points or less last season.  Despite that, the Two Blues still had plenty of celebrate at the end of 2023, with some of their best talent picking up professional contracts around the world.  Irie Papuni and Otu Mausia were both signed to play Super Rugby with Moana Pasifika. Captain Jaycob Matui signed in Japan, Johnny Kawau picked up a gig in Italy and Tolu Latu and Rahboni Warren-Vosayaco both returned to professional clubs after stints at Granville.   "It’s massive for the club,” Two Blues coach and former professional player Sailosi Tagicakibau told Rugby News.  “We’ve got a massive responsibility to keep the game alive in western Sydney and we need to provide an

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