• 2021: The Big Kick-Off – Sydney University

    After what was a disappointing season by Sydney Uni’s standards having bowed out in week one of the finals, two-time Premiership winning head coach Robert Taylor is back from a stint in the UK to help them try and reclaim their throne in 2021. Given his pedigree, you wouldn’t bet against him completing the hat-trick…

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  • 2021: The Big Kick-Off – West Harbour

    Rewind to last year’s pre-season and West Harbour were the talk of the town off the back of a pretty healthy list of signings. A disappointing 10th place finish later however, and things are a touch quieter this time around as head coach Mark Gudmunson hits the reset button with a new squad that may just surprise…

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  • 2021: The Big Kick-Off – Southern Districts

    A first season at the helm of the Rebels for experienced head coach Todd Louden was severely hampered by injury. But the experience gained by a host of fresh faces alongside some shrewd off-season recruitment, should see the canny Louden drive his team full-tilt for a spot back in the finals…

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  • 2021: The Big Kick-Off – Manly

    A ninth-place finish and no finals footy is most certainly not a position Manly have been accustomed to in recent years. So a return to the upper rungs of the Charter Hall Shute Shield ladder in 2021 is the minimum of requirements for second-year head coach Matt McGoldrick and his proud Marlins…

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  • 2021: The Big Kick-Off – Eastwood

    Given the high turnover of players before the season began, Eastwood’s run to a grand final where they pushed Gordon all the way has to mark 2020 down as a year of notable achievement. No extra motivation required for 2021 then, with the task at hand for head coach Ben Batger and his charges to simply go one step further and get their hands on the big prize.

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  • 2021: The Big Kick-Off – Northern Suburbs

    Northern Suburbs fell one game short of a grand final last season after an agonising extra-time loss to Eastwood. With a pretty consistent roster and last year’s disappointment fuelling their ambitions, expect the Red and Blacks to feature heavily again in 2021 under new head coach Zak Beer…

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  • 2021: The Big Kick-Off – Randwick

    Ben McCormack enters his second season in charge of the Galloping Greens with a few fresh faces, and serious designs on a first title for the club since 2004.

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  • Colin Caird Shield Final: Uni see off Easts in points bonanza

    Sydney University claimed back-to-back 2nd Grade Premierships in style, seeing off a gallant Eastern Suburbs 43-27 to retain the Colin Caird Shield in testing conditions that saw four seasons in 80 minutes.

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  • JR Henderson Shield Final: Gordon defend title in thriller

    Having waited 10 long years for a piece of silverware Gordon have gone back-to-back in 3rd Grade, lifting the JR Henderson Shield for the second year in a row after defending their title in another close battle against Sydney University, eventually running out 29-24 winners.

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  • JR Henderson Cup Final: Clinical Wicks edge out Gordon

    Randwick’s 4th Grade side were proof positive that grand finals are a different beast, turning around a 41-0 loss to Minor Premiers Gordon back in round 8 to edge home 15-13 against the Highlanders when it mattered, and claim a popular JR Henderson Cup victory at Forshaw Rugby Park.

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