Warringah ready for next challenge after tough win over Manly

Warringah’s 2016 finals hopes are well and truly alive after an impressive 43-17 bonus point win over rivals Manly on Saturday and hooker Luke Holmes still thinks his side has plenty to achieve this season. With two rounds remaining, the Rats are fifth on the Intrust Shute Shield ladder but will still most likely need to win their final two matches to book a spot in the finals. “It’s a bit of a different feeling this year, big wins against good teams in the past few years have been really big moments whereas this year I think the boys are more focussed on putting everything together to make the finals,” Holmes told Rugby News. “We celebrated after the game and enjoyed the moment, but the focus on Sunday turned straight to Eastern Suburbs. The messages floating around from the senior players and the staff were all about refocussing quickly and getting ready to play Easts because they are going to be tough.” After an inconsistent start to the season, Warringah has lost ju
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