Wounded Warringah skipper Hamish Angus desperate to play in decider

Warringah captain and flyhalf Hamish Angus looks set to return from injury in time for this Saturday’s Shute Shield grand final against Northern Suburbs. The two time Catchpole Medal winner suffered a quad strain playing against Southern Districts back in round 17 and has been forced to watch on as his beloved Rats beat Randwick and Manly to book a spot in this weekend’s decider. “I did a rehab run on Sunday and a light team training run last night and it held up pretty good, so we’ll keep working on it through the week and hopefully it holds together,” Angus said. “I’m not sure if I’ll be starting yet. I guess it will depend on how I go towards the end of the week and what DC wants to do, but I certainly hope I’m involved in some way or another.” 34-year old former London Irish playmaker Myles Dorrian has worn Angus’ No.10 jersey in recent weeks and while the skipper admitted he would like to start on Saturday, a stint from the bench may also be a pos
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