What each Shute Shield coach has learnt about their side and the competition after 7 rounds

We’re just over a third of the way through the 2023 Shute Shield regular season and somehow the competition is even tighter than it was last year. 

As Tuesday and Thursday nights get colder and the season starts to get a little tougher, we caught up with each of the 12 Shute Shield coaches and asked them what they’ve learnt about their side and the competition in the opening seven rounds. 

Jayson Brewer - Southern Districts

“We’ve been in every game we have played and had two good wins over Gordon and Warringah where we played the full 80 minutes,” Brewer told Rugby News. 

“But we need to be more disciplined and patient when we get into the A zone. Our ability to build scoreboard pressure has been a focus over the last few weeks. In most games we have been leading at the break, but our second half game management and execution hasn't been where it needs to be. 

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