Thanks for reading. CSU are on record saying that they play '10s' rugby & that they do not really have a set structure in attack with regards to their backs. That alone invites some degree of unpredictability. On the other hand they are very predictable in the fact that they either try & get the ball to their fullback or winger at all costs or hope the tall inside centre makes a break. If both those options fail the look lost for ideas. The Young Yabbies game was a prime example & Tumut were unlucky to from all reports. Don't get me wrong, I love watching them play, as they just chuck it around & hope for the best, but a good structured & disciplined team (Tahs, Albury) will see straight through it. A blitz umbrella defence from rival teams would really create headaches id imagine for the students.