How about some help ??????????GO USA GO GO EAGLES

How about some help ??????????GO USA GO GO EAGLES

Post by ddddddd » Tue, 06 Jun 2000 04:00:00


I have bin having some trouble with my ISP don't know if this made it last
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Hello from Texas
I just started playing Rugby this year(tricked into is more like it) and
have fallen in LOVE with the game. With my newly installed satellite
dish(purchased for the exclusive reason of watching Rugby) I was able to
enjoy my first taste of professional Rugby. I must say it was on of the best
championship game of any sport that I have had the pleasure of  watching.
E***ment to the last second.  I do have a few questions.
1.What is next as far a professional Rugby seasons goes?
2. What league do the AB play in. ( My sons already have there AB youth
ball)
3. Where can I find some good info on playing in the front line, I prop?
Trick and stunts what to watch out for I am an old man and could use some
help.
Thanks Scott Heiser
Victoria Texas
http://SportToday.org/

 
 
 

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Post by Bobs » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> I have bin having some trouble with my ISP don't know if this made it last
> time
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> GO EAGLES GO USA GO EAGLES

> Hello from Texas
> I just started playing Rugby this year(tricked into is more like it) and
> have fallen in LOVE with the game. With my newly installed satellite
> dish(purchased for the exclusive reason of watching Rugby) I was able to
> enjoy my first taste of professional Rugby. I must say it was on of the best
> championship game of any sport that I have had the pleasure of  watching.
> E***ment to the last second.  I do have a few questions.
> 1.What is next as far a professional Rugby seasons goes?

New Zealand will be playing Scotland soon ( few weeks). After that, there is the
Tri-Nations which is the toughest tournament in the world. It has the World
Champs (Australia), the Tri-Nations champs from last year and World cup
semi-finalists (New Zealand) and the other World Cup semi finalists (South
AFrica).

Sadly, you just missed the Super 12. It features all the top regional(state)
teams from NZ, Aussie and SA playing it out.

Quote:

> 2. What league do the AB play in. ( My sons already have there AB youth
> ball)

AB? All Blacks? They are a nickname given to the New Zealand team. They do not
play in a league. They play other countries.

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Quote:

> 3. Where can I find some good info on playing in the front line, I prop?
> Trick and stunts what to watch out for I am an old man and could use some
> help.
> Thanks Scott Heiser
> Victoria Texas
> http://SportToday.org/


 
 
 

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Post by Arok » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00


<selective editing>

Quote:
> New Zealand will be playing Scotland soon ( few weeks).

After that, there is the

    don't forget the first test on the 16th versus Tonga.

 
 
 

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Post by Bobs » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00

Quote:



> <selective editing>

> > New Zealand will be playing Scotland soon ( few weeks).
> After that, there is the

>     don't forget the first test on the 16th versus Tonga.

Yay. I'm so e***d. Wohoo. I've lost control of my bowels.
 
 
 

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Post by Arok » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Quote:




> > <selective editing>

> > > New Zealand will be playing Scotland soon ( few
weeks).
> > After that, there is the

> >     don't forget the first test on the 16th versus
Tonga.

> Yay. I'm so e***d. Wohoo. I've lost control of my

bowels.

    I don't think you can take that to the bank !

 
 
 

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Post by John Hil » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

>3. Where can I find some good info on playing in the front line, I prop?
>Trick and stunts what to watch out for I am an old man and could use some

How old ?

Never let the other guy know how much it hurts.
Most front row play is in the head - it is a much psychological as
physical

Get as low as you can and then go lower. use your legs as rams to
raise and lower you. Not your back.
Get your foot positioning right - and irt is different for loose and
tight head. If your are tight head turn the toes of your outside foot
inwards - it pushes your buttocks in and gives the 2nd row something
to shove on.

In the line out use your arms like pistons - push forwards more than
upwards - develop explosive arm speed with other props

That's all I have time for today.

JH

 
 
 

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Post by Kees Ech » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
> Never let the other guy know how much it hurts.
> Most front row play is in the head - it is a much psychological as
> physical

> Get as low as you can and then go lower. use your legs as rams to
> raise and lower you. Not your back.
> Get your foot positioning right - and irt is different for loose and
> tight head. If your are tight head turn the toes of your outside foot
> inwards - it pushes your buttocks in and gives the 2nd row something
> to shove on.

> In the line out use your arms like pistons - push forwards more than
> upwards - develop explosive arm speed with other props

> That's all I have time for today.

C'mon JH stop beating around the bush, get to the real front row stuff. ie
eye gouging, uppercuts, nut-cracking, biting, head butting etc

Kees

 
 
 

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Post by John Hil » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00



Quote:

>C'mon JH stop beating around the bush, get to the real front row stuff. ie
>eye gouging, uppercuts, nut-cracking, biting, head butting etc

I was going there slowly - you need to maintain the pretence.

JH

 
 
 

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Post by Chris » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Quote:



> >C'mon JH stop beating around the bush, get to the real front row
stuff. ie
> >eye gouging, uppercuts, nut-cracking, biting, head butting etc

> I was going there slowly - you need to maintain the pretence.

> JH

Agreed John.He has to learn how to take it before he can give it.
Perhaps someone can tell his own lock to give hin one 'by mistake'
until he gets the idea. :-)

Chris R
--
'Moderation in all things including moderation'
Oscar Wilde

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Post by Kenny MacLeo » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00

And most importantly for a prop, when the referee blows his whistle, look
innocent.


Quote:

> >3. Where can I find some good info on playing in the front line, I prop?
> >Trick and stunts what to watch out for I am an old man and could use some

> How old ?

> Never let the other guy know how much it hurts.
> Most front row play is in the head - it is a much psychological as
> physical

> Get as low as you can and then go lower. use your legs as rams to
> raise and lower you. Not your back.
> Get your foot positioning right - and irt is different for loose and
> tight head. If your are tight head turn the toes of your outside foot
> inwards - it pushes your buttocks in and gives the 2nd row something
> to shove on.

> In the line out use your arms like pistons - push forwards more than
> upwards - develop explosive arm speed with other props

> That's all I have time for today.

> JH

 
 
 

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Post by John Hil » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

>Agreed John.He has to learn how to take it before he can give it.
>Perhaps someone can tell his own lock to give hin one 'by mistake'
>until he gets the idea. :-)

 I thought I was being subtle about using the head :)

JH

 
 
 

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Post by John Hil » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00

On Tue, 6 Jun 2000 10:34:04 +0100, "Kenny MacLeod"

Quote:

>And most importantly for a prop, when the referee blows his whistle, look
>innocent.

Did you *see* Garforth on Saturday - what is with Lander and Leicester
? Or is that pushing it ?

JH

 
 
 

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Post by Kenny MacLeo » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
> On Tue, 6 Jun 2000 10:34:04 +0100, "Kenny MacLeod"

> >And most importantly for a prop, when the referee blows his whistle, look
> >innocent.

> Did you *see* Garforth on Saturday - what is with Lander and Leicester
> ? Or is that pushing it ?

Brian Moore mentioned something about during the BaaBaas game... something
about some previous altercation between Lander and Neil Back, and now the
Tigers have some form of persecution complex regarding this particular ref.
 
 
 

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Post by Bryan R » Wed, 07 Jun 2000 04:00:00

Quote:
>some previous altercation between Lander and Neil Back

I do believe it was Mr.Lander who Mr.Back gave a "wittle" shove a
couple years back which landed Backyin the spectator's seats for 6
months.

cheers,
Bryan Ray

 
 
 

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Post by robg.. » Thu, 08 Jun 2000 04:00:00

One type of exercise you can do is what wrestlers do: front and back
bridges.

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