Super Rugby's using the regular system, right? 4 points for a win, 2 for a draw, 1 bonus for 4 tries or more, 1 bonus for losing by 7 or less. That'.
Just something I'm toying with:
The last few years there has been a steady debate about whether the 6N should employ a bonus points system or not..
Did you see Nick Bishop's review of Wales' wide-wide attempt on the main page? Pretty astute.
I don't think so? But Pat Blair's on the team, and his club is listed as USA 7s.
Wales seemed to play the same game, except with two opensides, but Ireland definitely changed up a few things. First, they kicked far, far less.
Trimble had 9 carries and one clean break, but he turned over some ball as well (4). Need to look at those again, but I hope that doesn't.
Lydiate is a better Lydiate than Warburton, but Tipuric might be the best openside in the Northern Hemisphere. That's a conundrum, because you.
Well, there's Dan Lydiate, a B&I Lion and blindside specialist. He came in off the bench Word is he may not have been fully fully fit, but the.
Just went through the game again quickly, and Toner did have a good game. Played sharp, really heads-up, broke up loose ball and deflected kicks,.
Most were from club sides in Argentina; 3 are on the Jaguares side for the upcoming Super Rugby season. Similar with the USA, with 8 of their.
Both Scotland and Wales went with the Australian double-openside experiment. It yielded all of two total turnovers, both by Tipuric. Conversely,.
Yeah, they moved the ball with more intent, just not always that effectively. Feel bad for Parisse, trying to carry it all on his shoulders. He.
And some of that Italian squad are essentially semi-pro.
It took 43 minutes before any kick at goal went over (save for an early drop goal).
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