Will Munro looking to join team mates at next level

By Aaron Taylor Randwick’s Will Munro will play his 50th First Grade game when Randwick face West Harbour on Saturday, but the 22-year old already has his sights set on higher honours. According to Galloping Greens coach Shannon Fraser, Munro is good enough to join his teammates Andrew Kellaway and David Horwitz on the Super Rugby stage. “Will’s got the capacity to play at the highest level. No doubt,” said Fraser. Munro played with the Greater Sydney Rams in last year’s National Rugby Championships and won a National Sevens Championship with NSW, but the lock believes that his best rugby is still ahead of him. “I’ve played against a lot of Waratahs and I’ve played with a lot of Waratahs. I’ve played against and with a lot of Wallabies. I’d love to test myself at the higher level,” said Munro. “I’d just like to see how far rugby can take me and keep enjoying the ride.” Shannon Fraser set Munro some challenges earlier this season that appear to have ha
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