If there is a good thing about Palmer's injury it is that Sio can start every week.
There is a preview of this match and the other Oz games in a.
Couldn't agree more.
I wrote about some of this stuff in a preview of this match, and the other Oz games, in a blog I did here:.
The reserves always do some of the training drills during the week.
Glad to see that you got to see a training session JSRF.
There is a.
Am also surprised about Douglas, but he trained, full-on, this morning.
McKibbin didn't train and Mitchell did little.
Crawford is just.
I don't think that the AR got it wrong in law, Nicko; they learn that in Ref 101. He was 2 metres (about) from touch, so as not to impede chaser.
Just one little interesting point of law:
In the 23rd minute Bernard Foley of the Waratahs restarts after a Brumbies' try; the ball sails toward.
Fiji is in the same pool as Australia, Ireland and New Zealand.
There are big communities of Fijian, Tongan and Samoan people living in Oz and NZ.
I usually don't write a lot about the games on the forum but the Waratahs are to be congratulated for their win. It was good for an old Tahs' fan to.
It's a pity because he was probably the most noticeable livewire of all of them yesterday - as much as you can tell from training sessions.
Sorry - I forgot to post this (there was no training today):
The only training session the public can watch this week is on Wednesday from.
They didn't play anybody - the game against PNG at Bond University was the only trial they could arrange, but they'll have some hit outs against.
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Yeah Rassie nice to have you on board but as one who has posted a lot on South African rugby forums in the last 14 years, I can tell you that it is.
And so it will come to pass. Agree on Alcock, and Mathewson has been one of the best for the Force this year and was only going to be rested for.
That sounds right. Gosh who would have thought not too long ago that a 19 year-old would keep Ben Tapuai out of the starting side? Go you good.
Yeah PB - it's good to see that Ruan Smith is getting to an age when we can have a good look at him, though he played from the bench a couple of.
I'll post the Tahs training programme JSRF for next week when it comes to hand - usually late Sunday.
1. Benn Robinson (Eastwood)
2. Tatafu Polota-Nau (Parramatta)
3. Paddy Ryan (Sydney University)
4. Sitaleki Timani (Southern Districts)
So long as it is only the drum.
I hope that Steve Walsh has a good game on the weekend.
I'm not saying he's the worst or the best - but he is certainly one of the most hot and.
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