Posts Tagged "Berrick Barnes"
Berrick Barnes rates it the biggest rugby match on earth since the 2011 World Cup final but won’t mind if he watches the kick-off from the Suncorp Stadium bench.
17 Have your say
“Giddaaaay Mate!” This might seem a bit enthusiastic, as an introduction, for some – especially if you are meeting someone for the first time – but not for Berrick Barnes.
68 Have your say
Wallabies utility back Berrick Barnes has been picked at inside centre for his first run-on Super Rugby start in 10 weeks for the NSW Waratahs clash with the Melbourne Rebels on Friday night.
39 Have your say
A great return from injury from Berrick Barnes in the past two weeks has seen the NSW Waratah picked in the preliminary 25-man Wallabies squad for the British Lions Tour.
28 Have your say
Berrick Barnes has emerged from another dark run with injury to loom as a frontline contender for Australia’s hotly-contested five eighth spot for next month’s first Test against the British and Irish Lions.
67 Have your say
Here’s the situation in the closing minutes of a tough-as-a-Test, pulsating Waratahs vs Stormers match at Allianz Stadium:
141 Have your say
Luckless Wallabies star Berrick Barnes is itching to make his Super Rugby return but isn’t holding his breath to be named in the NSW Waratahs’ side to tackle the Stormers on Saturday night.
2 Have your say
Injury-plagued Wallabies back Berrick Barnes could make a miraculous recovery from a dislocated thumb to start for the NSW Waratahs in Sunday’s Super Rugby clash with the Blues.
9 Have your say
Waratahs playmaker Berrick Barnes says he is still someway off finalising his future, despite reports linking him to a Japanese rugby club.
8 Have your say
So where does this most recent Wallaby victory sit? The wins against the Welsh were gutsy, determined performances that hardly ignited the crowds but showed the Wallabies had resilience against a foe who was desperate to prove their worth in the South.
2 Have your say
Wallabies stalwart Berrick Barnes believes he might have to battle his way back into the team off the bench on the coming European tour.
38 Have your say
Radar-boot Mike Harris is up for a stern fight to keep his Wallabies fullback jersey ahead of returning stalwart Berrick Barnes.
74 Have your say
Berrick Barnes says whether he or Kurtley Beale wears the Wallabies No.10 jersey in South Africa they’ll both be looking to write a happier chapter in Australia’s forgettable history in Pretoria.
5 Have your say
With the exception of tireless flanker Michael Hooper and man-mountain lock Kane Douglas on debut, the Wallabies had no joy in their come from behind 23-19 win over the Pumas at Skilled Stadium on the Gold Coast last night.
221 Have your say
Berrick Barnes’s unerring right boot has kept him in the Wallabies backline but it’s his untested hands, to defuse Argentine bombs certain to come his way, which Australia must rely on this weekend.
2 Have your say
Four days ago I was pilloried by a senior Roar editor, and quite a few Roarers, as being hairbrained to suggest James O’Connor should be groomed as the Wallaby halfback with Will Genia out for six months after knee surgery.
65 Have your say
I know I must sound like a broken record but can anyone tell me what Robbie Deans is doing with the Wallabies? What is he trying to achieve? I have no idea, and I don’t think he has either.
155 Have your say
Something isn’t working. That we can all agree on. For a long time the backs have been the Wallabies strength while the forwards have been lacking the required ‘oomph’ and ‘mongrel’ to take on the bigger packs in the world (which are more numerous than we’d like).
37 Have your say
The Wallabies lack a world-class fly half, despite there being many pretenders.
135 Have your say
Author John C. Maxwell once wrote, “People buy into the leader before they buy into the vision.” In rugby terms, you would be talking about the number 10.
66 Have your say