Warringah fighting to claim home semi-final

by Henry Jacobs Warringah sent an ominous warning to the rest of the Shute Shield with its defeat of highflying Manly on Saturday. Greg Marr’s side has won 10 of its last 12 matches and has all but sealed a place in the top four with two rounds remaining in the regular season. “Now is not the time for tinkering and changing too much, it’s really just keeping the boys fresh mentally,” Marr told Rugby News. “They’re not going to get any fitter at this time of the season, so it’s all a matter of keeping them switched on and retaining that confidence and enjoyment they are getting at the moment.” The fourth placed Rats host fifth positioned Sydney University on Saturday and travel to table toppers Eastwood in the final round of the regular season. With a likely match up against Southern Districts, in the first week of the finals, Warringah are eager to claim home ground advantage by finishing in the top three. Over 4,500 people cheered on a second half comeback ag
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