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Ruggapedia - G&GR Wallaby Match Reporting

Discussion in 'Rugby Discussion' started by Jethro Tah, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. Jethro Tah Bob Loudon (25)

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  2. Gagger Nick Farr-Jones (63)

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  3. matty_k Peter Johnson (47)

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    That is pretty sweet.

    Also explains that weird tweet earlier.
  4. jay-c Ron Walden (29)

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    that is fantastic
    any chance of the same level of detail for the s15?
  5. Lee Grant John Eales (66)

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    That's a great resource. I just clicked on Dwyer's review of the France test, which I missed, and his lauding of the straight running of AAC and Beale. That kind of play was right out of the old Randwick handbook and Mark Ella's book Running Rugby but we hardly ever see it these days. Old Randwick gurus Cyril Towers and Wally Meagher would have smiled down from above watching that game.

    Good to see Dywer writing about it as it hit me right between the eyes too.
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  6. RugbyFuture Lord Logo

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    Thats Awesome
  7. dobduff11 Trevor Allan (34)

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    Thats some hefty work by Moses there, loving the links though
  8. Moses Simon Poidevin (60)

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    The truly amazing thing is we collectively wrote 98 articles about 17 matches, and there's still more to be found.
    Now that I'm happy with the layout, it will be a piece of piss to update this as we go through the Super 15, though we'll likely write fewer articles as there are 5 teams..

    I've yet to add in the trial games, and there's some gaps to be filled by trawling through the Blog Archive Pages. If anyone happens to find articles not linked in the table, please either add them (if you can work out the reasonably complex table), or post a comment and I'll stick them in.

    I much prefer this to the original match reports I was putting in the wiki, a concise list of our blogging adds a lot more value than repeating scorecards.
  9. TOCC Guest

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    G&GR is really maturing into the one stop shop for everything australian rugby
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