> I think it's just become a bit of a cliche. Whenever a team loses a lead
> the second half it's put down to fatigue, they didn't have the legs to
> the match etc. I think it's sometimes true but not always.
> Cheers Drive!
It seemed to show on llanelli hitting the passes much slower or static the
last 10 minutes. Cant recall exact person but he sort of walked into a gap
as opposed to ran and was promptly tackled. Ditto with the attack on
Northamptons line towards the end, same repeat slow tactics, never threw
ball wide (although you could blame moon for lack of vision there).
Northampton were still running, llanelli walking last 5 mins. I think extra
time would have won it for northampton but by that time ***yer was
obviously bored and wanted a shower.
South Wales, UK