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    It went right to the death, but the Wallabies have gone down to Scotland by five points in Sydney on Saturday afternoon.

    Despite a glut of possession in the closing stages, the Wallabies couldn’t find a way to cross the line and eat into Scotland’s five-point lead, the eventual winning margin.

    It didn’t take long for the game to erupt. In the opening possession for Scotland, during the opening minute they attempted to find some space on the left, but were tackled into touch. A push and shove quickly followed.

    With Scotland scoring two first-half tries on the back of some poor Wallabies defence, the Australian’s needed a spark to keep them in the match and it came in the form of Israel Folau.

    He scored a first-half double to keep the Wallabies in striking distance.

    It was all in vain though as Scotland held on for the five-point win.

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    • June 17th 2017 @ 8:40pm
      Gez said | June 17th 2017 @ 8:40pm | ! Report

      How much and why do we tolerate all of these imports who are overpaid and lazy in defence?
      Lets get back to Aussie born and bred footballers who have toiled for their jersey since they were 6 years old, not these blow ins from the neighbouring islands.
      “What a pity I didn’t get to play against my homeland” cries Kuridrani – well p*ss off and play for them and not us if you miss playing against them so much!
      Scotland beat us without their 3 best players – have a look at who misread the defence for Australia!!!
      It’s time Australian Rugby wake up to what is ruining the game – importing island players because of their size and speed.
      They don’t support clubs or franchises and they don’t bring supporters because next season they could be somewhere else – whoever has the best cheque book.
      Stuff them as they are stuffing the code – both codes really. Not to mention they are Sh8t in defence – both reading and performing it, as shown by Kerevi and his mates today against Scotland (oh sorry Scotland minus its top 3 players).
      If you want to play – play for your homeland and see how far you get – or sacrifice your earnings for your first five years of playing here so you can prove some sacrifice or dedication to the cause, which is the cause other than yourself and your family back home.

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        June 17th 2017 @ 9:09pm
        PeterK said | June 17th 2017 @ 9:09pm | ! Report

        kerevi didn’t play

        • June 17th 2017 @ 11:22pm
          rebel said | June 17th 2017 @ 11:22pm | ! Report

          Yip, that small point about Kerevi not even playing makes the rest of his bigoted rant pretty much redundant.
          Gez go crawl back into your dark little hole.

      • June 18th 2017 @ 11:23am
        Fionn said | June 18th 2017 @ 11:23am | ! Report

        Kerevi is an Australian you ignoramus.

        Every time I read rubbish like this I wonder whether the author has any understanding of Australian history.

        Since the 19th century Australia has been a country that people have come to for reasons such as fleeing poverty, war or repression or simply to make a better life for themselves and their family. Guys like Kerevi are carrying on that same tradition.

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          June 18th 2017 @ 11:27am
          PeterK said | June 18th 2017 @ 11:27am | ! Report

          yes , he moved here as a young child

          I didn’t want to give the bigot more airplay so just pointed out his main target didn’t even play

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