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  1. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies v Japan, Oita - 23 October, 3:45pm AEDT

    JB, Uelese is young. Kaitu'u is marginally older than FF and 1 - 3 years older than the likes of McInerney, BPA, Mafi (I think), and Lonergan, who is the youngest of the lot.
  2. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies v Japan, Oita - 23 October, 3:45pm AEDT

    So, no real differentiation from any of the other 5 or 6 candidates?
  3. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies v Japan, Oita - 23 October, 3:45pm AEDT

    If McInerney, or any one of the others, shows consistency in throwing to the lineout I reckon he or the other will move rapidly up the pecking order.
  4. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies v Japan, Oita - 23 October, 3:45pm AEDT

    You do realise that Kaitu'u is the oldest of the contenders? If he's a good age then the others are at least at good age too, perhaps better.
  5. Brumby Runner

    Waratahs 2022

    Didn't Horton come up through the U20s?
  6. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies v Japan, Oita - 23 October, 3:45pm AEDT

    BDA, it will be three weeks between the last test and the one against Japan this coming weekend, and then two weeks to the next against Scotland. It might be nice to see some of the fringe players get to show what they can do, but I think it is more imperative to keep the first choice team in...
  7. Brumby Runner

    Northern Hemisphere 2021-22

    Why the interest in LL? Is he better than Mack Hansen? Both play wing/fullback. Hansen is bigger (188cm, 102kg - 187cm, 95kg) , older (23 - 20), more experienced and probably faster and more elusive. Accuse me of Brumbies bias by all means, but at least Mack played in this country...
  8. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies v Japan, Oita - 23 October, 3:45pm AEDT

    There have been some good sides put forward, but I like this the most. I reckon Rennie & Co will be wanting a lead, bigger the better, at half time and plan to change the front row at half time or shortly after. I think they will go with Philip as the main lock until Rory Arnold joins for...
  9. Brumby Runner

    COVID-19 Stuff Here

    All the commentary I've seen from the various State leaders is that they're expecting further outbreaks after coming out of lockdown. Even the AMA and some individual medicos are anticipating the demand for hospital services will exceed the capacity in NSW. It seems that any new outbreaks are...
  10. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies 2021

    As an addendum, today's daily news and comments have an excellent expose (of sorts) of the dark arts at scrum time, by the most knowledgeable practitioner I've come across in print, one Nutta. Worth a read and I reckon very few posters here would not learn a lot from Nutta's wisdom.
  11. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies 2021

    Was well and truly still running when I worked less than 50m away in Goulburn St in the 70/80s. Often had lunch there, but never ran into JR I have to say. Used to get some top entertainment acts, Shirley Bassey for example.
  12. Brumby Runner

    Brumbies 2022

    Haven't seen the news anywhere that Bernard "Spanners" Foley has joined the Brumbies. Am I missing something?
  13. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies 2021

    I know there's a fair amount of snobbery in the Forums aimed at the front page. But there is a lot of humour out there and some clever writers. Also, very little parochialism except in good humour.
  14. Brumby Runner

    Brumbies 2022

    Three THs to now go with the three LHs. A good signing.
  15. Brumby Runner

    Wallabies 2019 Thread

    Adam, you weren't involved in the original exchange of opinions, nor were you included in the addressees in my post, so I'm sure you won't mind if I just ignore your little intrusion?
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