Really don't know how the Waratahs let Guy.
Too be honest, I don't see any genuine second rower coming through the Tahs at the moment that would even remotely challenge Skelton for a jersey.
Teams for Saturday:
NSW Country Eagles:
STARTING XV: 1.Angus Bell, 2.David Vea, 3.Matt Sandell, 4.Nathan Den Houdt, 5.Tom Staniforth, 6.Ned Hanigan.
He will be back in 2022 getting ready for the 2023 world cup.
Banks is more dynamic, can cover wing or fullback. They are both specialist wingers.
Absolutely.. Would much prefer seeing a player like Banks who will be around for years to come.
Wallabies squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup
Allan Alaalatoa (34 Tests, Brumbies, 25)*
Rory Arnold (22 Tests , Brumbies, 29)*
Does anyone know when the NRC squads are announced? The season kicks of next weekend?
Think he is more a 6/ 8.
All 5 of those youngsters look very promising, I don't think we will or should even consider seeing them for atleast another two years in a gold.
Here is an interesting proposition.
Since Taqele Naiyaravoro left the tahs, we have lacked a big powerful winger who is a headache for our.
Such a shame Rory Arnold is moving overseas after this season, he is coming into his own this year.
I am not too fussed. Think he will provide some more attacking threat at the breakdown, which we are lacking with Hooper and no Pocock. Although.
They are correct.
I personally think it's a great idea having a double header for the semi finals- should bring a bumper crowd and provide a great atmosphere for.
Saw the All Blacks vs Springboks play earlier, now at half time for the wallabies game. The drop in standard between these two games is huge!
He would be a great inclusion. Some real ticker and go forward..
I know it's club rugby, but looks like Pulu can find the try line and has serious pace.
Agreed. I would like to see Pulu in the backline, we need genuine pace out wide, which I don't think we had on the weekend.
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