Time to reverse the trend.go the Reds!
Regarding speed and Mogg (not really on topic) that stat above is impressive. Like to know top speed for Rod Davies, he was a schoolboy sprint star,.
On one viewing of that game my conclusion is that the result was a fair indication of the gap between the two teams. Rebels intensity in the first.
It has been a tough early draw, so a win tonight has real significance, as it keeps the Reds in touch with the leaders, who arguably have most of.
On second thoughts.bloody good forward pack the Chiefs have there, have to agree BR.
Just can't see the Force getting close, as much as I'd like.
There you go. How long ago, and how did he go?
Like your optimism Ruggo:)
Be tough to back up after that epic win against the Tah's and so many key guys out. Stormers will also be very, very.
Can the Force hat trick? Massive ask I know. Looks like an honest forward pack who should hold their own. The challenge will be the backs being able.
Even though his form hasn't been as good as it can be, under the circumstances Taps is the logical choice at outside centre. Finger is bracketed.
Need a solid performance against the Tah's. Can't see a win but a thrashing could be morale sapping.
Well,well,well. Aussie conference not as one sided as many thought, me included. Nice work Brumbies.
Well done Force! Early season egg on a lot of faces. Didn't watch the game but surprised that the Highlanders didn't take this.
Disappointing result but the negativity of some observers (can't bring myself to call you supporters) is wearisome.
The Sharks are, in a lot of.
it's going to be an interesting year for Easts with so many of their players in one rep side or another. Great reflection on the setup and coach.
Rebels will be on a high after their pre season and last week's great win. If the Force can apply early pressure it will be interesting to see how.
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