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Australian Rugby shouldn’t fear structure

A pin drop could be heard in the jam-packed Canberra pub. Lukhan Tui was tussling with a fan on the big screen, Rod Kafer was asking stock-standard questions to a distraught Reece Hodge and my mate Morgo was frantically ordering several schooners to numb the pain of this most recent Wallabies debacle.

RGM new author
Roar Rookie

Australian Rugby shouldn’t fear structure

A pin drop could be heard in the jam-packed Canberra pub. Lukhan Tui was tussling with a fan on the big screen, Rod Kafer was asking stock-standard questions to a distraught Reece Hodge and my mate Morgo was frantically ordering several schooners to numb the pain of this most recent Wallabies debacle.

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ThoroughsTouws new author
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ThoroughsTouws new author
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Wallabies without a no. 8

When last did the Wallabies play with a genuine number 8? When did they last play a forward with height, speed, good hands, strong defence and, above all, a marauder, a ball carrier, someone who can make real metres and then link with supporting players?

ThoroughsTouws new author
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Wallabies without a no. 8

When last did the Wallabies play with a genuine number 8? When did they last play a forward with height, speed, good hands, strong defence and, above all, a marauder, a ball carrier, someone who can make real metres and then link with supporting players?

Tokoloch new author
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Tokoloch new author
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Why rugby won't survive

It was interesting to read such an honest and factual account of rugby with the death of the second tier player. While there are problems with rugby at the senior level, the roots of this problem also stem from the junior level.

Tokoloch new author
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Tokoloch new author
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Why rugby won't survive

It was interesting to read such an honest and factual account of rugby with the death of the second tier player. While there are problems with rugby at the senior level, the roots of this problem also stem from the junior level.