9-15: White, Toomua, Koroibete, JOC, Petaia, T.Wright, Banks.
21-23: Tate, Lolesio, Hodge.
Andrew Swain is doing a fantastic job IMO
I love hodgey in jersey 23 in gold. Allows a 6-2 split, which I think we may especially need this year with a dearth of experienced locking.
I guess whoever is next up in the NSW/Junior Wallabies pathway. Didn't have anybody in mind particularly, just think it's not the worst thing if.
If we feel like we've hit peak politics in Australian Rugby, wait until we introduce a national Club competition which sees big teams in.
Yep, I take that point too. But we don't have a competition locked in currently and the well is fairly dry.
I don't understand why people in 2020 are still not paying for journalism. Apologies in advance if you pay for oher subscriptions and not The.
Quite the contrary - here is a known quantity who is eligible for the Wallabies under the current deal and is taking a spot in a side which could.
Clubs have normally named teams internally by a Monday afternoon, with minimal changes. Creating an event of it - jsut like the AFL, whose teams.
My personal power rankings of Australian-based lock options:
I'd still love to see some matches scheduled when there is no AFL or NRL on and we can have a free hit. I understand that makes it tough from a.
Yes, I reckon. Care to elaborate on why you don't, or just dropping a shit response for the sake of it? :rolleyes:
Hanigan has been a whipping boy here in the past, but could come into contention as a lock this year potentially with options so thin. Great person.
You wouldn't have Samu Kerevi starting for the Queensland Reds? That's hilarious
They have the smallest fan bases and attendances, so the least to lose from a revenue perspective. Also both produce less homegrown players than.
From a roster perspective, the Brumbies are certainly the benchmark. However, both them and the Rebels have the smallest fan bases and.
So, besides Cowan & Frisby, other players not travelling are.
Placid, Makara, Luke, Fou, O'Sullivan, Hardman, Harris, Tessmann, Grant, Pugh,.
Hard to disagree with much of this.
I still have Valetini ahead of Wright, but only marginally, and you could certainly make the argument for.
Murray is not capped for Scotland. Has lived in Australia for more than 5 years, so in theory should be eligible, though he did have a loan deal.
This. And either the Rebels or Brumbies to come up with a deal (with WR) to play 2-3 games per year in Fiji and/or Samoa, and have access to 6-8.
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