Who is the most influential player in the Shute Shield in 2024

We're into the backend of the Shute Shield regular season and as the race towards this year's finals series heats up, we asked the Shute Shield coaches who the most influential player in the competition was. Here's what they had to say: David Telfer - Eastwood  "Outside of our own players, Teddy Wilson. At this level he is guaranteed to score or set up at least two tries a game." Ben Batger - Eastern Suburbs "I'd like to think a couple of our boys are pretty hand. Guys like Teddy Wilson and Jack Bowen are hugely influential. "Then looking around at the rest of the comp, I think Coby Miln at Warringah, Harry Burey at Norths and Ben Houston at Randwick are very important to their teams. Harry Fehily - Gordon "The Suesue brothers at the Two Blues. They make that team tick." Scott Coleman - Hunter "Kurtley Beale was by far. He only got to play one Shute Shield game and unfortunately it was against us," Coleman said. "But it was an amazing learning experience for our

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