laughing at World Xv team

laughing at World Xv team

Post by will » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 11:35:18


Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played but if he
is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

 
 
 

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Post by Two Dog » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 11:38:21


Quote:
> Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

> Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played but if he
> is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

Post the team Will, so we can all see

Two Dogs

 
 
 

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Post by will » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 12:34:29


Quote:

>> Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

>> Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played but if
>> he
>> is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

> Post the team Will, so we can all see

> Two Dogs

http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-union/union-news/international-team-of-th...

RugbyHeaven picks the form XV from the weekend's four big internationals.

15. Gio Aplon (South Africa)
14. Cory Jane (New Zealand)
13. Richard Kahui (New Zealand)
12. Jamie Roberts (Wales)
11. Bryan Habana (South Africa)
10. Felipe Contepomi (Argentina)
9. Luke Burgess (Australia)
8. Pierre Spies (South Africa)
7. Francois Louw (South Africa)
6. Schalk Burger (South Africa)
5. Tom Donnelly (New Zealand)
4. Bakkies Botha (South Africa)
3. Martin Scelzo (Argentina)
2. Matthew Rees (Wales)
1. Paul James (Wales)

 
 
 

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Post by S » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 15:06:38


Quote:



> >> Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

> >> Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played but if
> >> he
> >> is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

> > Post the team Will, so we can all see

> > Two Dogs

> http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-union/union-news/international-team-of-th...

> RugbyHeaven picks the form XV from the weekend's four big internationals.

> 15. Gio Aplon (South Africa)
> 14. Cory Jane (New Zealand)
> 13. Richard Kahui (New Zealand)
> 12. Jamie Roberts (Wales)
> 11. Bryan Habana (South Africa)
> 10. Felipe Contepomi (Argentina)
> 9. Luke Burgess (Australia)
> 8. Pierre Spies (South Africa)
> 7. Francois Louw (South Africa)
> 6. Schalk Burger (South Africa)
> 5. Tom Donnelly (New Zealand)
> 4. Bakkies Botha (South Africa)
> 3. Martin Scelzo (Argentina)
> 2. Matthew Rees (Wales)
> 1. Paul James (Wales)

Well it isn't really a World XV
Its a form XV based on one week-ends tests

Australia did not have a good game but that is more a reflection of
their depth in front row (or lack thereof). Your injured guys are
decent. Your 2nd string isn't.
That knocked onto everything.

 
 
 

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Post by Greig Blanchet » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 16:25:55

On Fri, 2 Jul 2010 23:06:38 -0700 (PDT), "Dave (SA)"

Quote:





>> >> Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

>> >> Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played but if
>> >> he
>> >> is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

>> > Post the team Will, so we can all see

>> > Two Dogs

>> http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-union/union-news/international-team-of-th...

>> RugbyHeaven picks the form XV from the weekend's four big internationals.

>> 15. Gio Aplon (South Africa)
>> 14. Cory Jane (New Zealand)
>> 13. Richard Kahui (New Zealand)
>> 12. Jamie Roberts (Wales)
>> 11. Bryan Habana (South Africa)
>> 10. Felipe Contepomi (Argentina)
>> 9. Luke Burgess (Australia)
>> 8. Pierre Spies (South Africa)
>> 7. Francois Louw (South Africa)
>> 6. Schalk Burger (South Africa)
>> 5. Tom Donnelly (New Zealand)
>> 4. Bakkies Botha (South Africa)
>> 3. Martin Scelzo (Argentina)
>> 2. Matthew Rees (Wales)
>> 1. Paul James (Wales)

>Well it isn't really a World XV
>Its a form XV based on one week-ends tests

>Australia did not have a good game but that is more a reflection of
>their depth in front row (or lack thereof). Your injured guys are
>decent. Your 2nd string isn't.
>That knocked onto everything.

Come off it. It's a joke. Contempomi better than Carter at the moment?
Did Tom Donnelly even play last weekend? An all SA back row? Gio
frickin' Aplon? He's SA's Ben Blair, for God's sake.

--
greig

 
 
 

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Post by will » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 17:01:35


Quote:
> On Fri, 2 Jul 2010 23:06:38 -0700 (PDT), "Dave (SA)"





>>> >> Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

>>> >> Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played
>>> >> but if
>>> >> he
>>> >> is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

>>> > Post the team Will, so we can all see

>>> > Two Dogs

>>> http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-union/union-news/international-team-of-th...

>>> RugbyHeaven picks the form XV from the weekend's four big
>>> internationals.

>>> 15. Gio Aplon (South Africa)
>>> 14. Cory Jane (New Zealand)
>>> 13. Richard Kahui (New Zealand)
>>> 12. Jamie Roberts (Wales)
>>> 11. Bryan Habana (South Africa)
>>> 10. Felipe Contepomi (Argentina)
>>> 9. Luke Burgess (Australia)
>>> 8. Pierre Spies (South Africa)
>>> 7. Francois Louw (South Africa)
>>> 6. Schalk Burger (South Africa)
>>> 5. Tom Donnelly (New Zealand)
>>> 4. Bakkies Botha (South Africa)
>>> 3. Martin Scelzo (Argentina)
>>> 2. Matthew Rees (Wales)
>>> 1. Paul James (Wales)

>>Well it isn't really a World XV
>>Its a form XV based on one week-ends tests

>>Australia did not have a good game but that is more a reflection of
>>their depth in front row (or lack thereof). Your injured guys are
>>decent. Your 2nd string isn't.
>>That knocked onto everything.

> Come off it. It's a joke. Contempomi better than Carter at the moment?
> Did Tom Donnelly even play last weekend? An all SA back row? Gio
> frickin' Aplon? He's SA's Ben Blair, for God's sake.

> --
> greig

:-)

agree

 
 
 

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Post by S » Sun, 04 Jul 2010 18:10:11


Quote:
> On Fri, 2 Jul 2010 23:06:38 -0700 (PDT), "Dave (SA)"






> >> >> Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

> >> >> Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played but if
> >> >> he
> >> >> is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

> >> > Post the team Will, so we can all see

> >> > Two Dogs

> >>http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-union/union-news/international-team-of-th...

> >> RugbyHeaven picks the form XV from the weekend's four big internationals.

> >> 15. Gio Aplon (South Africa)
> >> 14. Cory Jane (New Zealand)
> >> 13. Richard Kahui (New Zealand)
> >> 12. Jamie Roberts (Wales)
> >> 11. Bryan Habana (South Africa)
> >> 10. Felipe Contepomi (Argentina)
> >> 9. Luke Burgess (Australia)
> >> 8. Pierre Spies (South Africa)
> >> 7. Francois Louw (South Africa)
> >> 6. Schalk Burger (South Africa)
> >> 5. Tom Donnelly (New Zealand)
> >> 4. Bakkies Botha (South Africa)
> >> 3. Martin Scelzo (Argentina)
> >> 2. Matthew Rees (Wales)
> >> 1. Paul James (Wales)

> >Well it isn't really a World XV
> >Its a form XV based on one week-ends tests

> >Australia did not have a good game but that is more a reflection of
> >their depth in front row (or lack thereof). Your injured guys are
> >decent. Your 2nd string isn't.
> >That knocked onto everything.

> Come off it. It's a joke. Contempomi better than Carter at the moment?
> Did Tom Donnelly even play last weekend? An all SA back row? Gio
> frickin' Aplon? He's SA's Ben Blair, for God's sake.

> --
> greig

Read it in context. It isn't the best side.
It's based on one showing and playing weak opposition (like Ireland)
helps

Its the only way Aplon could make any side.

 
 
 

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Post by timbocho » Tue, 06 Jul 2010 14:13:44


Quote:



> >> Only one Australia named in it ( and I think one to many )

> >> Not that I think he has gone bad in the last 2 games he has played but if
> >> he
> >> is the best half in the World then the stock is definitely low

> > Post the team Will, so we can all see

> > Two Dogs

> http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-union/union-news/international-team-of-th...

> RugbyHeaven picks the form XV from the weekend's four big internationals.

> 15. Gio Aplon (South Africa)
> 14. Cory Jane (New Zealand)
> 13. Richard Kahui (New Zealand)
> 12. Jamie Roberts (Wales)
> 11. Bryan Habana (South Africa)
> 10. Felipe Contepomi (Argentina)
> 9. Luke Burgess (Australia)
> 8. Pierre Spies (South Africa)
> 7. Francois Louw (South Africa)
> 6. Schalk Burger (South Africa)
> 5. Tom Donnelly (New Zealand)
> 4. Bakkies Botha (South Africa)
> 3. Martin Scelzo (Argentina)
> 2. Matthew Rees (Wales)
> 1. Paul James (Wales)

Keiran Read not the worlds best #8.  This is just not right!