Could the Wallabies have started their Spring Tour any better? A 32-8 win over the Welsh was just what the side needed to move past a disappointing season up to this point.
This was a game that the Wallabies were expected to come out the victors in, and injuries for Wales made it all the more winnable – all things considered, a dominant scoreline was really just par for the course.
As always, we’re keen for some analysis to go with our celebration. Who was in form for the Wallabies, and who wasn’t? Which players built the win?
And so we’re opening up our DIY Player Ratings to you, Roarers. Have a vote and let us know what you thought of each player’s performance.
If you’ve not done our DIY player ratings before, it’s a simple enough process. Hit up the form below and rate each player from 1 to 10 based on their performance last night. We’ll keep track of the results and publish our findings.
You’re free to rate players as you like with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, but if you’re after a bit more detail than that, we leave you in the capable hands of The Roar‘s editor Patrick Effeney who put this guide together last year.
1. Had he not played, the team would have been better off. Negatively affected the performance of the side. May God have mercy on his soul.
2. Anonymous. Was he even there?
3. Did some things that you expect a player to be able to do, but did a whole bunch of other things that sucked.
4. Was passable in patches, but not up to standard in a squad of such depth.
5. Performed his role without anything really noticeable happening.
7. Pretty good, actually
8. Very good
10. Might as well have been John Eales
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