Well, it appears RA have caved again (surprise, surprise) and our very new team and coaching set-up will have four (count-em FOUR) games against NZ.
If Rennie plays JOC at 10 and DHP at 15 then defensive kicks are likely to be fielded by both of them and Koro/Daugunu will be up in the line..
I would have chosen Naisirani at 8 for precisely that reason, but this is no longer an option. Rennie has chosen few line-bending types (he.
Naisirani definitely, I remain absolutely baffled that we don't want him in the first two Bledisloes. Kuridrani though, has been on a slow.
Everyone here has totally written him off as the worst player ever to make the Wallabies, but to my mind a backrow of Hanigan, Hooper and Samu would.
And once intent is key then there is always doubt. Only those that have superpowers can say for certain what was in the mind of the player and.
Thankfully, selection for the Wallabies isn't based one one performance. All the games will figure in the outcome. FWIW I thought Naisirani had a.
I thought Graeme Cooper in his first time out last week was pretty good. It's the experienced refs, especially Angus Gardener, that I think are.
This game, because the Force can't make the finals from here, would have been a pretty good opportunity. Alas.
And I thought Graham Cooper.
Amy Perrett gets another AR stint - her seventh I think. I'm calling tokenism!
Getting carded in your very first game a couple of minutes after you got put on is pretty devastating. Not surprised he was upset, anyone would.
Two weeks ago the Tahs were absolutely pants against a not that good opposition. Last night they were fantastic. The night before the Rebels were.
That's your opinion. Thankfully I didn't see the Rebels/Reds game because if it was worse than that it was diabolical!
Last week the Tahs.
Except its likely to be pissing down raining!
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