Will representative stars shake up Shute Shield season?

With the Waratahs set to miss the Super Rugby playoffs and the Australian Sevens and U20s programs finished, a host of representative players could be on their way back to the Shute Shield to play a part in the pointy end of the season. Although there are seven Shute Shield rounds remaining, the Waratahs play just two more matches, while after this weekend’s Test against Italy, the Wallabies don’t play until late August. While the availability of some of the stars is still unknown, there are quite a few names below that will get Shute Shield fans excited and opposing coaches nervous. Representative players are eligible to play finals matches if they have played two regular season games, however each side must not exceed the "100 point cap" in any match. From the outlook Randwick, Sydney Uni and Norths appear to be the big winners, while a handful of other clubs look set to pick up some big names that could spark their premiership run. Randwick Let’s start with t
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