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RD6 : Brumbies v Sunwolves, Wollongong Friday 6 March 2:45pm AEDT

Discussion in 'Rugby Matches' started by Brumby Jack, Mar 4, 2020.

  1. mst Ken Catchpole (46)

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    Wrong thread but you both right about giving players opportunity and talking to the oz Sunwolves players. Last year I has a conversation with Ed Quirk about his coming back to Oz. He was in sensational form but he mentioned that it's really hard to get back to Oz. Quirk and Shatz could be good pickups for the Tahs. Dargaville is also over there - not a bad utility back.
  2. qwerty51 Jason Little (69)

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    Only partly about the scrummaging but his game around the park has been frankly woeful this year. He missed that tackle on the Highlanders player who scored the match winner - it wasn't hard. He's carrying has been ineffective and he's dropped a ton of pill. Just doesn't look like the previous Sio, and that's coming off what I thought was a poor RWC for him. Slipper is miles ahead of him. I think Robertson, HJH, Bell (why do the Tahs have 3 good LHs and 0 THs.) or Smith could take his Wallabies 23 spot.
  3. Slim 293 George Gregan (70)

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    I have doubts that after 7 years Sio's playing abilities have been lost over one summer...

    He's out of sorts, been carrying an injury.... let's wait and see how he's travelling in round 18.

    I don't recall him having a poor RWC... he definitely had a great game against Wales.

    And despite his poor form, I don't think any of the Tah's LH's have been putting their hands up for selection either.
    RoffsChoice and barbarian like this.
  4. Lindommer Andrew Slack (58)

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    Scott's been carrying assorted injuries for the last coupla years. His father finally admitted to me he had a leg injury three years ago which was taking a long time to heal. The Brumbies posters here can update us on more recent injuries, shoulder IIRC.

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