Thanks but no thanks.
Is that an ACTUAL Australia A team (i.e. Players will be captured) or is it just a trial game as indicated by extended benches?
BBoomer Wamberal all up in here.
I can't see any sports package being included by default in the $7 a month plan though. Boy oh boy do I love it.
Reds deserved that one. Same Rebels problems as the last 4 or so weeks, and the Toomua injury turned a 90% result into a guaranteed one. Few things.
Skelton is the pick IMO. Assuming he'd be happy to do so.
Godwin is what? 27 now? I like him as a player and think he probably deserves an opportunity at a higher level, but unless something just "clicks".
I thought Max had some sort of Back Condition that made him uninsurable here but not in the UK. Or did I have a weird recollection of events.
Sounds like asking the clubs how they wanted to be assigned was worse than forcing them all into a 4-4-4 arrangement from the start
This might sound, obnoxious? But between the potential injuries to Leota and Uelese, alongside not grabbing the bonus point has left me rather.
From the man himself back in 2017. Always.
Tony and Meehan is one of the many frustrations I have with that period of time
That is all
Wilkin and Naisarani back widepeepoHappy
The rest is a bit worrisome.
Unless some sort of regional hub thing funded by World Rugby happens, I would imagine that Sevens would be a write off for 2020. I wouldn't begrudge.
Are we expecting. intelligence? Competence? Forethought? from anyone involved in the game in australia?
For most players, depends on exactly what this means I think, I don't speak Lawyer good enough to figure it out.
While you could probably get away with slightly fewer in a purely domestic comp, I think anything less than 9, and preferably 10 or 11 home games,.
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