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yep Spiro, you got it right again

Has the Wallabies' Houdini-like escape against the Pumas saved Michael Cheika and his coaches?

Excellent analysis spiro

Cheika's hapless Wallabies are the real victims of the 2004 Brumbies player-power push

absolutely agree

My coaching panel to restore the Wallabies to success after the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Well said Spiro

My coaching panel to restore the Wallabies to success after the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Cheika’s response to defeat was most likely a verbal assault on the players and that just doesn’t accomplish anything – they need strategic direction , belief and fitness

Will Cheika be sacked before the World Cup?

excellent piece Spiro

The Australian rugby system is the problem, not just Michael Cheika

Great piece Spiro on all points

The Australian rugby system is the problem, not just Michael Cheika

head in wrong place all right – speak to coach about body positioning when tackling – year seven coaching skills set

Waratahs vs Highlanders: Super Rugby quarter-finals live scores, blog

Kurtle Beale smacked down like an annoying fly

Waratahs vs Highlanders: Super Rugby quarter-finals live scores, blog

lethargy and slowness v fast , sharp execution

Waratahs vs Highlanders: Super Rugby quarter-finals live scores, blog

Definitely not a grudge game. The players and coaches played the hand they were dealt when the Force were axed. Loads of examples in rugby of brothers or cousins playing in opposite teams and its never a grudge match, just a competitive match. That’s what we all want. Rebels had played against a New Zealand team in this window before, so it’s good to see them continuing to play during the test break . In a way, the WSR can’t exist if invitationals dont accept, so well done to Rebels for agreeing to play and all the best to both teams.

Dave Wessels happy to see Force thriving

yes concerned supporter – agree

Why five into four does go: Australia advances ahead of June series

totally agree In Brief

Why five into four does go: Australia advances ahead of June series

you can’t be serious in suggesting that the wins of this season have anything at all to do with screwing over rugby in the state of Western Australia. Last year’s results were dismal and there is only one way from there. Your stats fail to note that our position in the Super rugby standings is third only because the conference leaders are placed ahead of true points standings otherwise we would be sixth and equal seventh, well behind four NZ teams and equal with the SA conference member the Jaguares.

Why five into four does go: Australia advances ahead of June series

what a man

Hurricanes vs Reds: Super Rugby live scores

exactly and that’s why I’d drop the Beale.

Michael Cheika's 2018 Wallabies need another captain - and some new talent

Sorry Spiro, can’t agree with all of your selections.
1. Scott Sio
2. Tatafu Polota-Nau
3. Sekope Kefu
4. Rory Arnold
5. Adam Coleman
6. Jack Dempsey
7. Henry Speight
8. David Pocock
9. Will Genia (c)
10. Quade Cooper
11. Marika Korobeite
12. Rodney Iona
13. Tevita Kuridrani
14. Reece Hodge
15. Israel Folau

Michael Cheika's 2018 Wallabies need another captain - and some new talent

holy crap that’s what I’m talking about for a good contest

Blues vs Hurricanes: Super Rugby live scores, blog

DO you think the Blues passes are too slow and too predictable?

Blues vs Hurricanes: Super Rugby live scores, blog

Nice work Oliver

Five talking points from Super Rugby Round 12

yep agree one hundred percent

Rebels say Super season far from over

I am too

Rugby is withering on the vine

me too

BERNARD FOLEY: It only takes one win for the Tahs to break Australia's Super Rugby drought

Thanks Bernard. A nice honest review

BERNARD FOLEY: It only takes one win for the Tahs to break Australia's Super Rugby drought

sounds awesome

Melbourne rugby’s grass roots might be grey, but they’re healthy and growing