Someone doesn't always sprint up to him.
On conversions, the opposing team is allowed rush the kicker to prevent him scoring.
On a penalty, they are not allowed move at all.
No - they're not in the tournament any longer.
My point is what's so notable about beating UK and Irish teams?
I'd rate an activement of beating Argentina, France, SA and Australia as a lot better than that.
Or France, Argentina, Australia or a few other combinations.
Nice piece of analysis.
Wonder how much of it was enforced by the game plan that Ireland had to adhere to.
Schmidt's game plans puzzle a lot of Irish supporters.
They seem to work fine in putting away some of the lesser lights Australia, Canada, SA, Romania, Scotland, but when it comes to some of the bigger games against Wales and England, they seem to struggle to impose their game plans and no alternative available.
Still, let's see how they get on against France. Neither side will want to face Argentina, so it could be a case of who can lose the best, to go up the easier side of the draw.