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Below are the better bits of Green and Gold Rugby. I didn’t say they were good, just the best we could do.



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Team of the Decade (2000 – 2009)

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My Week

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  • deegee

    wallabies v all blacks 6 august
    what an anticlimax for a wallaby supporter. this was billed as the clash of the titans,whereas it turned out to be a masterclass by the rampant all blacks giving a lesson to their trans tasman brothers.outmuscled, outthought,outkicked,and outharried
    the battle for the best flyhalf in the world was won by carter with what was for me a man of the match performance where i cannot recall him making a mistake,from his goal kicking to his strategic kicking to his options about when to run,pass ,break or kick-a peerless performance whereas poor cooper looked for the most part all at sea.
    ioane was wonderful and easliy the best wally on the park. our scrum was good but we were murdered at the breakdown and the crashing through by the blacks. what an embarassment of riches they have to choose from for the WC. bring on saturday where we have a chance to redeem ourselves against the boks. here is hoping

  • deegee

    well what a weekend for the wallabies. from also rans the week before to world beaters on saturday. what joy to come over the top of a full strength allblacks team for a change. i reckon that the Wallabies would have beaten any team in the world with that first half display. and just when they needed it most in the 2nd half when the Blacks came back at them as they are so brilliant at doing, the Wallabies actually stayed focussed and composed. I remember John Eales always espoused composure as his mantra- an so it was for the wallabies under a much better leader in Horwill.How good was Radike Samo’s try- and the amzing thing is that I remember Radike playing like that for the Wallabies just like Saturday in 2004 when he was smokin hot. then hge disappeared before being plucked from nowhere as the comeback kid for the reds and now an integral part of the Wallabies team. All hail Genia as the number one scrum half in the world today. defensively the Wallabies looked sound . Deans has huge problems deciding who to drop- who would have thought he couls ever have had such problems. bring on the WC for which the Blacks suddenly do not look unassailable !