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Dmac is a gifted player who fits anywhere in the backline. Agree I would pick him ahead of Mo’unga in the pivotal role in BBs absence.

Dominant All Blacks unbeaten but feel the heat of the challengers

That’s right not in the starting lineup. More due to his lack of experience at international level. In time he will prove himself.

Dominant All Blacks unbeaten but feel the heat of the challengers

I stand corrected on that. Apologies. Two penalties made that difference.

Dominant All Blacks unbeaten but feel the heat of the challengers

Did you watch the first two Tests? Reckon not.

Dominant All Blacks unbeaten but feel the heat of the challengers

Are you a serious comedian?

Dominant All Blacks unbeaten but feel the heat of the challengers

On domestic form Richie was primed for an AB jumper. Never compared him with Beauden at any stage. Their contributions are poles apart. Picking bits to create conjecture and controversy is what makes this website a winner.

Dominant All Blacks unbeaten but feel the heat of the challengers

What part of testing his bench strength didn’t you get? Mo’unga was a bit shaky but his control and distribution was second to none.

Dominant All Blacks unbeaten but feel the heat of the challengers

Anyone else want to contest my assessment.?

New-look Wallabies hope to catch All Blacks on the hop

Hey Paul with respect to your cricketing knowledge, there are certain aspects of Sri Lanka cricket that are not your field of understanding or expertise. Bangladesh may not be feared as you make out. Give them decent exposure in Australia, England and South Africa and you will be surprised at how much they have developed as a force. Because of their former status as minnows the so called top sides deny them of an equal opportunity not proving themselves at the highest level. As for Sri Lanka, yes, I agree they need time to regroup after the loss of their superstars of the past. But this is the least of their worries due to other internal issues that continue to undermine their progress.

Hathurusinghe’s task for Sri Lanka revival is compelling

In most parts of the world, Yes. Not in Sri Lanka where the politics outside of the sport destroys any chance of a quick recovery. Meddling is a known fabric of stifling progress in that part of the world. And right now that is what has them on a downward spiral.

Bumbling, fumbling Sri Lanka crash out of Champions Trophy

Not written by a Kiwi mate.

All Blacks to the rugby world: “Catch us if you can”