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Thursday, 7 February 2019

The secret weapon set to unlock Cook's game


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He’s already the game’s most explosive player out of dummyhalf - and Damien Cook will become an even better hooker in 2019.

Wide World Of Sports has learned that former superstar Craig Wing has taken on a personal mentoring role with the South Sydney hooker and will have a series of one—on-one coaching sessions with him this season.

Now a successful businessman, Wing played over 250 games for the Rabbitohs and Roosters in the 1990s and 2000s as well as State of Origin and Test football.

Originally a utility back, he played much of his best football at hooker late in his career and is looking forward to working with Cook.

Damien Cook

“I have a soft spot for Souths having played there for many years and Damien and I have a few mutual friends,” Wing, now aged 39, told Wide World Of Sports.

“He is a great guy and we get on well. 

“We have chatted a few times and identified areas of his game that can improve and take him to the next level.

“He has plenty of good people around him at Souths who are coaching and advising him but another voice doesn’t hurt and I am looking forward to working with him.

”He is a fantastic talent and has the ability to become one of the game’s greats.”

He’s already the game’s most explosive player out of dummyhalf - and Damien Cook will become an even better hooker in 2019.

Wide World Of Sports has learned that former superstar Craig Wing has taken on a personal mentoring role with the South Sydney hooker and will have a series of one—on-one coaching sessions with him this season.

Now a successful businessman, Wing played over 250 games for the Rabbitohs and Roosters in the 1990s and 2000s as well as State of Origin and Test football.

Originally a utility back, he played much of his best football at hooker late in his career and is looking forward to working with Cook.

Damien Cook

“I have a soft spot for Souths having played there for many years and Damien and I have a few mutual friends,” Wing, now aged 39, told Wide World Of Sports.

“He is a great guy and we get on well. 

“We have chatted a few times and identified areas of his game that can improve and take him to the next level.

“He has plenty of good people around him at Souths who are coaching and advising him but another voice doesn’t hurt and I am looking forward to working with him.

”He is a fantastic talent and has the ability to become one of the game’s greats.”

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