As a Rebels fan, I think the Tahs have a better squad than we do (mostly) and likely better coaching.
The Force will be much improved over last.
Will be interesting to see if Spain make it this time round. They've been the quiet improvers of world rugby over the last decade.
They would likely.
Agreed, there's at least 10 players in the squad with the potential to be superstars.
Give it a few years and I reckon the Waratahs will have.
I like what I've seen of Walton. Seems good on defence, has a solid passing game and some pace.
Once he bulks up he could be in line for a shot.
Unsure how true this is but I've heard rumours that a lot of players in the MLR, particularly bigger name players, get 'benefits' on top of their.
Harrison Goddard's going to the US.
Can't help but feel this is.
Also want to say that Paisami had a great game. Looked good defensively and knew when to straighten and when to pass.
Unfortunately became less.
Wallabies lost their cool after the two disallowed tries.
Really needed a 10 and/or a captain that could cool everyone down and organise the.
It's not an unbelievably huge contract for Japan, by all accounts teams there are throwing around ridiculous cash. I'd imagine Beauden, Brodie.
I worry DHP or Banks at 15 may not have the long kicking game to counter Carreras (or Boffelli if he is selected). We don't want to be stuck in our.
I assume than that we're heading for a draw. Can't wait!
Argentina won because they pinned the kiwis back in their own half, attacked the breakdown and forced kickable penalties.
If I was Rennie, I'd shift.
This is why I've always thought a domestic comp was the way to go. Who in Aus wants to watch Australian teams lose weekend on weekend followed by.
This seems like a good compromise, both sides play a domestic season and crown their respective champion, followed by a trans tasman season.
To add to this, I think competitiveness and tribalism is a lot more important for a healthy league than overall quality of teams. Especially for.
Im not sure if it would be good for Japanese or Australian rugby long term to have our domestic leagues tied together beyond a champions league.
Its probably been mentioned here before, but if I were the Tahs I'd be throwing money at Hugh Pyle to come back to Aus. Always thought he was very.
He struck me as a bit over eager in his debut season. Always looking to beat his opposite man on the outside with an inch of space, or throwing.
Very happy to see this, he was a great player in u20s and I was disappointed to see he didn't get any time at the Tahs. I'm hoping Tizzano gets.
His listed height puts him at 1.88, which is definitely smaller than I thought he looked on the field (still 6'2 isn't short).
But his listed.
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