Warringah 41-28 UQ: Five things we learnt

Warringah added another trophy to their rapidly expanding collection over the weekend, beating UQ 41-28 in scorching conditions to claim the Tackle Domestic Violence Australian Club Championship at Rat Park on Saturday. While UQ showed plenty of fight, the 2017 Shute Shield premiers had too much strike power for the Students. Here’s what we learnt: Warringah pick up where they left off It’s been almost six months since the Rats broke their Shute Shield premiership drought in emphatic circumstances at North Sydney Oval but it almost looked liked Darren Coleman’s side forgot to take a break. Sure, it was scrappy at times but it was a trial played in extreme heat and the Rats showed plenty of positive signs in both attack and defence. Warringah’s ball movement was fantastic for this time of the year and they certainly haven’t lost their will to attack from anywhere, something that likely kept a few rival Shute Shield coaches sleepless over the weekend. UQ will be
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