Interesting article about the US MLR and some of the behind the scenes issues:.
Reds players are okay, as they have been part of the Qld season even if unable to play earlier. I think the rules are meant to stop parachuting.
Based on the wording in the QPR program "GPS have also been bolstered by the inclusion of some of their Reds representatives this weekend, with.
Great win by Easts over Brothers 15-13 - real nailbiter with Brothers missing a conversion to tie it up with 2 minutes to play. A few unexpected.
Potentially they won't be long with the Rebels/Brumbies and will end up in Japan if they follow the Piccone blueprint.
Thanks for your efforts with this Jets. A couple of tricky picks this weekend - Souths v Norths and Bond v GPS, not sure on either of those.
Chapman was impressive in the NRC, I hadn't really seen him before that but he looked really good. I checked the Reds team page and they only.
Maloula is out for a while isn't he? Is there a 3rd halfback in the meantime? Tate is very busy and trying hard but if he was injured then it is.
I had forgotten about him, where did he end up?
Brumbies are looking impressive - seemed ready to pounce on every loose ball and immediately go forward with no hesitation. Samu was very good. I.
Good point re the backs - Brock James I wondered if it was just a time issue - didn't have long enough in SR game time to develop and show what.
I think some of the power forwards like Timu shine more in the NH due to the conditions - heavier grounds, slower game suits them. Timu was.
Wasn't Paisami in trouble in Melbourne re an assault in 2018 when he was part of the Rebels?
Scott Maloula would be an international exception too - he is capped by Samoa.
Was Chapman the fairly tall halfback for Brisbane City in the NRC? He looked very good if it is, good to see guys like that getting the.
Dave Rennie is a very good coach of skills and has a background of developing players through age group and SR. No motivational rev ups, just.
That was always the risk of keeping him in cotton wool all year to protect him for the WC, he just hasn't had the game time to get in his groove.
If NSWRU are genuinely open to WSR opening in Western Sydney but think it is too short notice then they should work with Minderoo to spend a year.
I suspect Cheika has intimated to AAC that he wants him for the WC but needs to be playing SR to justify the selection.
I wondered that too. I think that supports the argument for not bringing guys back for short stints where they have to go back and forth..
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