Warringah building winning culture after pre-season Sevens success

Warringah have kick started their 2017 Shute Shield campaign with 17 wins from 18 matches across three pre-season Sevens tournaments and are looking to build on that winning culture as they attempt to break a 53-year first grade premiership drought. The Rats won both the Lake Macquarie and Kiama Sevens tournaments and made the final of the Hamilton Sevens last month, while the women’s side won all three tournaments and are still undefeated this year. “Dave Feltscheer has been to nine Kiama tournaments and has made the semis or final every time but never won it, so it’s great for Warringah to break that hoodoo,” new coach Darren Coleman told Rugby News. “This Sevens program wasn’t my idea. The program has been around for a while now at Warringah with Greg Marr as coach and Mark Holmes as manager and they do a wonderful job. “At the start of preseason, we said we wanted to build a winning culture, grind out wins and work on our game management so hopefully that will
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