In the mix for the Tahs undoubtedly. But I was referencing test standard players in my reply to Dan.
Will be a few years yet before Angus makes.
Dan, Just my opinion of course, but any front row containing Ta'avao being rated as one of the stronger ones doesn't say much at all about the.
Kpc using a Mercator map is a little bit misleading. The distances across the Globe nearer the Poles is exaggerated, and I also note you have not.
On the pitches served up in Melbourne this year, I think any scores would have to be discounted.
My expectation is that Conal McInerney will remain No 2 hooker over coming years. He is a very good all-round scrummer. lineout thrower and hard in.
I think there would be more potential for success with Joe Burns to open in place of Harris, Hornet. As you say, Harris looks to be mediocre and.
The Hurricanes have the fewest number of changes to the roster next year. Interesting to see you think they will have regressed. The loss of BB.
That seems like a large amount of churn; perhaps to be expected post-RWC, WOB. How does it compare with a notional ordinary year (if there is one)?.
I believe John Folau was another. Probably understandable, however.
It would be harsh on some very good footballers, MST, but I tend to agree that the new coaching set up should be looking to the future perhaps from.
I wonder why Argentina would be omitted (or maybe it is a bit of misreporting?).
Sorry Sully. Wasn't taking an aim at you. Have a great break and come out refreshed and fighting in 2020.
Which reminds me. Too many posters also seem to mix up the use of "to" and "too". Fortunately most will use the numeral "2" when referring to a.
I just don't agree with this proposition. Assuming you mean more successful at Wallaby level?, or just at Super level?
In either case, three.
I think the NRC is capable of meeting all of those objectives, but I cannot see how a club championship would in any way meet them.
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