Big (and from what we've seen well deserved) hype about Ikitau's ability, big chance he's our 13 in 2030 (if Super Rugby still exists).
Having a 12, 13, and 15 who do their job means you can get away with a 10 who is an acceptable-but-nothing-special defender. And you can coach anyone.
I was just pretty explicit in my cancellation message to Kayo: more Rugby = more money from me. No Rugby = no money from me.
"Give us money or the NRL final won't be in NSW forever!"
Mate, there might not be an NRL for a while.
We've all got to be pretty big Rugby fans to be here on the forums as often as we are, but surely we've got enough sense to see that what is being.
Get a photo of Thorn and Wright lifting the trophy ASAP!
Glad to see Simmons is filling that Quade shaped hole on the forums, every discussion has to come back to him these days!
You generally don't end up on the wrong side of a 10-1 penalty count after an hour without having poorer discipline.
I think Rasta was a bit.
He's had this form in his wheelhouse since his days with the Rebels, glad to see it's coming back.
Even if he isn't starting, knowing how to.
I still have no idea how McIntyre was considered a better 10 than Greene. It's insane.
Having young guns in the squad is good for the older heads too: perform or these guys will replace you.
PLUS500 BRUMBIES ROUND SEVEN TEAM
1. James Slipper
2. Connal McInerney
3. Allan Alaalatoa (c)
4. Murray Douglas
5. Cadeyrn Neville
We have to consider the long term impact on younger players if we pick them too early. They might be the best right now, but throw them in the deep.
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