after spending some time across the border in San Sebastian, I think that Bayonne/Biarritz area would be a nice base
A bit early boxing a guy in after watching him play 30 minutes of club, in a team he is unlikely to have seriously trained with all season. He.
I see them in transition.
I see Thorn trying to instill quality basic habits into the pigs before moving to complicate things.
If you aren't winning enough collisions the best 10, kicking game etc will do bugger all. You need front foot ball to get stuff.
It is pretty hard to do anything in rugby without it, start winning those and the game gets much, much easier
I think Mason is in the options if Foley or Beale are wounded, to start or bench
I see the papers have Folau being offered lots of money to play in England, I wonder how that would fit in with a Kiwi playing and often living wife.
There is a massive difference in the standard between club and super rugby, Mason is doing well but part of that is being in a professional.
The Lion's defense in the first half soaked up all our opportunities despite a run of penalties and shit clearances from Jantes
and then they.
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I wouldn't be too concerned with Timu being in the mix to play with Hooper & Pocock. But I think it is most likely to be a squad role to start.
The hardest thing for most new players is to simply be consistent. Also to be at 80-90% while being wounded. By now, most players who have.
Probably goes all the way to Randwick
Narasrani isn't available this year
I like the one Cheika likes, the "get off your arse and back in active play" statistic
Currently Pocock is a better 8 than Timu
With a set of tight forwards who can actually put in a decent session it is less of a conundrum
Live with brother as a paid rugby pro in Paris.
Yeah fair enough
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