Wade Kelly Leads Randwick Rejuvenation in 2013

by Brendan Bradford - With just four wins from 16 games and a lowly 10th place finish on the table, the 2012 Shute Shield season can only be described as a disappointment for Randwick. Incoming first-grade coach, Wade Kelly freely admits this but the die-hard Galloping Green has the plan, the players and the expertise to take the world’s most famous rugby club back to the winner’s circle in his debut season. Just as important though, Kelly and others are using their resources, connections and brainpower to create something that will last long after they are gone. “Once you come to Randwick, you stay with Randwick for life” says Kelly who wore the Myrtle Green as a player and coached Colts before his latest role as head coach. His allegiance was forged on the training field, in the gym and on the hallowed turf of Coogee Oval; a 13-year professional career testament
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