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Harry Jones

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Father Time is undefeated.

The solo pivot: The Irish attack that isn't working as well

Thanks for writing this on the Roar. It should prompt a fair amount of chatter.

The Wallabies taking a knee is a matter of conscience

Legend. Changed the game. Gave it all.

David Pocock calls an end to his spectacular professional rugby career

Three World Cups. Any ref you want. 2011: reffed us out.

The quick questions: Blame games and compensation claims

Well-spotted—Harry playing the Kieran role

The dual pivot: The dynamic attacking structure of the Wallabies

And when we play to win, we win.

The quick questions: Blame games and compensation claims

I should have mentioned the Forint

The quick questions: Blame games and compensation claims

I agree with that. Also, legitimately more Yorkshire-related

The quick questions: Blame games and compensation claims

He played well

The quick questions: Blame games and compensation claims

Digger is your illegitimate brother

The quick questions: Blame games and compensation claims

They made good decisions to leave Glasgow and win a cup.

How Dave Rennie’s words came back to haunt him at Eden Park

No. Don is a global lad. Jacques is straight from the farm.

How Dave Rennie’s words came back to haunt him at Eden Park

But let’s be honest. They won nuthin until they got Vermuelen in!

How Dave Rennie’s words came back to haunt him at Eden Park

Awesome team!

How Dave Rennie’s words came back to haunt him at Eden Park

Exactly right. The Wallabies need to hire someone from Exeter to learn how and when each sub-pod and macro-pod and support player must arrive at the tackle, to be able to use their red zone possession. That was actually the issue in both Bledisloes: translating that deep ball into points, at the right percentage (50/50) instead of what it is now (20%?)

How Dave Rennie’s words came back to haunt him at Eden Park

I so much agree — vehemently and hard

When will the Wallabies learn?

He’s a seasoned LO operator and scrums big. Wallabies can use a 6-2 bench. JOC can shift; he’s a great 12.

What changes are on the cards for Rennie's Wallabies in Bledisloe 3?

Simmons off at oranges. Tell him to exhaust himself, and go 100% on LO.

What changes are on the cards for Rennie's Wallabies in Bledisloe 3?

Slipper, BPA, AAA, Philip, Simmons, Hanigan, Hooper, Wilson, White, JOC, Daugunu, Simone, Jordan P, Wright, DHP. Uelese, Sio, TT, LSL, Samu, Wright, Gordon, Noah.

What changes are on the cards for Rennie's Wallabies in Bledisloe 3?

Hooper looked very small in a test like that. He’s phenomenal. Really. But in a street fight test, he’s not that effective.

Rennie threatens selection changes after Bledisloe belting

The turnovers conceded were at the pre-ruck breakdown.

Caleb Clarke's performance to the Wallabies' defensive wobbles: Four talking points from Bledisloe 2

Yes, that was nuts. Koroibete just needed to hold his line. Ned was drawing the AB.

The Wrap: Player welfare no concern as All Blacks take it up a notch in Auckland

He loses the ball in contact a lot. And isn’t as fast to the ruck as the top props.

Rennie threatens selection changes after Bledisloe belting

He was smart on that try. Timed the pass, then ensured a quick ruck …

The Wrap: Player welfare no concern as All Blacks take it up a notch in Auckland

His ruck cleans looked like Bakkies Botha launches!

The Wrap: Player welfare no concern as All Blacks take it up a notch in Auckland