Monday, 13 January 2014
Rhyce Shaw says he will
be ready to play in round one after fully recovering from LARS surgery on his injured knee.
"The knee is feeling great. I can't speak highly enough of the docs and the physios for getting me back this quick," Shaw said.
"You pretty much walk straight out of hospital (after the LARS surgery) and there's no real recovery period and you get straight into it.
"There's swelling for a couple of weeks, but you just push through that kind of stuff and it's just amazing."
Saturday, 24 August 2013
Rhyce Shaw will
miss the club's finals campaign after rupturing the ACL in his right knee against Geelong at Simonds Stadium.
"He's had an ACL years ago, but he's had an ACL on the other knee now – which is unfortunate," Sydney coach John Longmire said.
"For a bloke who's had a really difficult year, to come down here and do an ACL in the first 10 minutes was disappointing, and even more disappointing for the rest of the year."
Wednesday, 5 June 2013
With the retirement of Martin Mattner, Rhyce Shaw is now critical to the Swans' title defence, according to Craig Bolton.
"They're a much more dangerous side when they're not just relying on Nick Malceski," Bolton said.
"(Shaw) is critical. When you've got him and (Malceski) there, and it was the same when Tadhg Kennelly was playing and Marty, it becomes very hard for the opposition to stop.
"Obviously with the absence of Marty now, it's important they get Rhyce back fit and firing as soon as possible."
Friday, 2 November 2012
Rhyce Shaw's father, former Collingwood skipper Ray, says his son will turn to coaching when his playing days are over.
"The way they're talking about him, the coaches and the football staff, I'd be very surprised if we see him for a while," Ray Shaw said.
"They're putting him through a coaching course at the moment, so I think they're pretty keen to get him involved in that. Everything's going really well for him up there."
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
Tadgh Kennelly says he is glad to be back at the Swans and is looking forward to working in tandem with Rhyce Shaw and Nick Malceski.
"Obviously it will be great to have Rhyce Shaw and Nick Malceski up and going ... it gives one of us the opportunity to go into the midfield or half forward," he said.
"I'm sure there will be a rotation policy that will happen and it's something that the club was looking forward to last year before I made the decision to leave. Obviously we can look forward to doing it now in 2010."
Kennelly also believes he'll be a better player following his time in Ireland.
"I owe the Swans a lot and feel I'll be a much better player because I don't have that drawcard of going back to Ireland any more," Kennelly said.
"I feel that weight is off my shoulders. I feel like I can now express myself a lot more."
Saturday, 7 November 2009
Sydney elevates Rhyce Shaw into the club's leadership group for 2010.
"Rhyce has been terrific. He finished second in our best and fairest, but the days are gone when you just get in the leadership group just for finishing first, second, third or fourth," Sydney coach Paul Roos said.
"His impact around the club has been really positive. He is working really hard, he is training really hard, so he brought a lot to the club which has been terrific."
Friday, 21 August 2009
Former Magpie Rhyce Shaw will face his old side Collingwood at the MCG for the first time since becoming a Swan.
"It's going to be interesting. The first time coming back there as a non-Collingwood player is going to be very weird. It was my home for so long and I played so many games there," he said.
"I don't really see it as that much of a big deal, to be honest. I'm just going out there to play against another side. I know it's Collingwood, I know there's going to be a bit attached to it, but for me it's just another game where we've got to try and win the four points, and I've got to do my best for the Sydney Swans.
"It challenging, but definitely not daunting."
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
Rhyce Shaw says the move from Collingwood to the Sydney Swans was the best decision he's made in his football career.
"It was pretty hard living in Melbourne, I don't think I really coped with it that well. To come up here, the change of environment has been really helpful for me and my footy," he said.
"It's been really good for me, not only as a footballer but as a person as well, to get out on my own and really experience things by myself.
"I do miss my family and my little brother. That's probably been the hardest thing about moving but in terms of football, it's been really good for me and really positive moving up here.
"I've got the confidence of the coaching staff and the players, which is something that I've worked really hard for and hopefully I can continue this year."
Brothers Heath and Rhyce Shaw will play against each other on Saturday night for the first time in their careers.
"It was pretty much a dream of ours to play together and I do miss it," Rhyce said.
"He's always been my little brother and I've never played against him in anything. It's going to be weird going up against him and all my old mates down at Collingwood but I'm really looking forward to the challenge.
"Before the game, he's my brother and after the game, he's my brother but out on the field, he's another player."
Thursday, 26 March 2009
New Swan Rhyce Shaw says he's yet to fully come to terms with his move to the Harbour City.
Thursday, 26 February 2009
The start of the season proper may be a month away, but Nick Malceski has already formed a bond with recruit Rhyce Shaw.
Tuesday, 17 February 2009
Rhys Shaw will make his debut for the Swans alongside former Canadian rugby union player Mike Pyke against Port Adelaide on Sunday.
Monday, 4 August 2008
Alan Didak and Heath Shaw are suspended for the rest of the 2008 season for lying about their involvement in a car accident.
Rhyce Shaw, brother of Heath Shaw, is also suspended for two matches as he was drinking over the weekend while injured.
"The Collingwood Football Club has suspended both Heath Shaw and Alan Didak for the rest of the 2008 season as a result of the fact they lied to the club about a drink-driving incident that occurred on Sunday night," the Collingwood Football Club said in a statement.
"These suspensions both include the home-and-away portion of the season and potential finals matches.
"As a repeat offender, Alan has been fined $5000 while the original fine to Heath of $10,000 remains.
"As part of the club's further investigations, it was established that Rhyce Shaw, while injured, was drinking over that weekend, and as a result he has been suspended for two matches and fined $5000.