Further to my previous rant in the the QC thread.
Interested in hearing people's thoughts on the current make up of the leaders in different segments of our game.
I, for one, am quietly excited about the Tim Gavin, Roger Davies, Michael Cheika, Alan Gaffney make up at the Waratahs. I would.
In other news, the Bledisloe Cup Festival has been a huge success.
Lisa Wilkinson and all the chicks are making a big difference in the game.We beat the AB's at the Golf Day.300 wankers got pissed at another one of those shit Friday gigs in town.
Word on the street is Scots has refused to play Cranbrook this year breaking over 60 years of annual rivalry in the battle for Bellevue Hill. Apparently the last few years the game has also been a fundraising event for a well know charity. Instead Scots chose to play Norths Colts over the weekend.
Has there ever been a separate topic on this?
Who are they? How long have they been on the Board? What's their background as far as NSW rugby is concerned?
Maybe some solutions may present themselves on further analysis ?
Gotta admit this bloke has a real crack. Gets the ball out the fastest of all current Aus 9's. Worked the crappy box options out of his game, explosive around the fringes. Real chance for a spot I reckon
Anyone else reckon we would have been better off sticking to our guns and focused on growing the game in the traditional strongholds? (que dream sequence.)...
I picture Myself lying back on a nice Winters afternoon enjoying a beer whilst watching 'Sydney' play one of having just experienced.
Am I the only one who thinks the ABC TV coverage of Shute Shield is about as interesting as masturbating with a cheese grater??
Papworth and that Morrison bloke keep the crowd on the edge of their seats, only because they are about to nodd off..
The new guidelines and management of the scrum engagement are driving me to the drink. I finished a bottle of rum by half time last night! What the bloody hell is going on!?!? The ONLY way to run scrums is to call crouch, touch, pause, engage, one after the other, with no pause or deliberate.