New North Melbourne coach Rhyce Shaw guided his team to a 22-point victory over Hawthorn in his first AFL match as the club’s permanent senior coach, despite admitting he felt under the pump leading into the clash.
Shaw isn’t certain whether it was the occasion or that he was coaching his first AFL game as a full-time senior coach, but he felt the pressure ratchet up several levels before it was released when the final siren blew on a 22-point win over Hawthorn.
With dozens of club greats on hand to celebrate the Kangaroos’ 150th anniversary, Shaw’s men overcame a slow start to score a gutsy 12.14 (86) to 9.10 (64) win in front of 33,226 fans at Marvel Stadium on Friday night.
As reported on Friday, North Melbourne has delisted 11 players, including comeback man Majak Daw. Daw’s manager, Adam Ramanauskas, has reportedly said his man would be keen play on elsewhere if another club had a spot on their roster. So where should Majak Daw go? These are three teams that should pick him up. Carlton […]