Apologies GPSx3 so he is.
GPS played really well on the weekend and showed our kids what's expected at premier level.
As I said earlier on in the season the key to this comp is consistency and that's something that usually comes with experience.
Not something we have in abundance at the moment with 5 kids in prems on the weekend still being colts including 2 17 year olds.
But I think everyone at stade de heavy will be up for this weekend so don't take us too easy TT.
Suprised it hasn't been mentioned here, but Sanday made the preliminary Fiji WC Squad. Massive opportunity for him as one of the few non-professional players.Easts will be strengthened this weekend against Uni with the return of TH Prop Kirwan Sanday from a Fiji A (Fiji Warriors) undefeated tour of South America. He started against an Argenina XV most of whom have signed for the new Argentina side in Super Rugby next year. Fiji Warriors won 23 - 21 . The Fiji Warriors also won their two games against Uruguay 30 - 22 and 42 - 22.
Elliot Hagen (Easts) and Stephan van der Walt (Souths) have been standouts all season.Getting close to NRC time, Who's your bolsters for 2015.?
Wow this is ridiculous....I mean what did Johnny Wilder do to get left out?I hope the NRC is reserved for players on the up not ARL/AFL converts.
Van der Walt can't /won't pass. White looks better every season and Gordon has had a great time playing inside him. AJ Campbell deserves a shot he has kept Easts pack dominant with and without Sanday, Ready and Parraka, he also plays both sides of the scrum. Quirk, Gunn, and Wilkins makes a pretty good back row .
I agree Jimmy has been great this season, but suffers the same issue as van der Walt, lot's of competition if he is City eligble. What's his background? Is he a coast boy?I'd like to say James Moore get a look in for NRC . He has been sensational for Easts this year since his return to Rugby - Probably a spot there for a second row/back rower as well this year.