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    Wow! What incredible skills shown by both sides. Reiko Ioane had a helluva game.


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    what a bonus,i never seen it advertised,but with the cream of N.Z. rugby on show i am happy i saw the whole game,with an end you couldnt beleive after 80minutes play.the south took the honours 85th.minute.

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    The inbred sheep-shaggers claimed it in the dying moments and I wasn't even mad.

    Entertaining stuff.

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    That was an absolute cracker of a game.

    Well worth the $100 or so I paid in a mad rush to subscribe to SkyNow and a VPN after discovering it wasn't being shown on RugbyPass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by happynz View Post
    Reiko Ioane had a helluva game.
    I was dubious about his claims to being a center.

    Not now. Some of his performances for the Blues and that match have been outstanding.

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    I ought to give credit also to young Will Jordan.


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    Rugby Championship tournament to be hosted by Australia

    NZ Super Rugby to welcome crowds back immediately - coronavirus restrictions over-12395846-16x9-xlarge-jpg
    Australia is set to be announced as the venue for this year's Rugby Championship in November and December.

    Key points:
    • Australia will host the delayed Rugby Championship tournament
    • South Africa is the reigning Rugby Championship champions
    • Australia last won the tournament in 2015.


    The tournament will comprise 12 round-robin matches between Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina, played as six double-headers.

    Rugby Championship tournament to be hosted by Australia - ABC News

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    Oh, the Argentinian Coach just tested positive for Covid-19, as has some of the staff apparently.
    Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago ...


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    South African and Argentinan players haven't had any game time since mid-March. The recently concluded Super Rugby Aotearoa comp and the soon to be closed out Super Rugby AU version definitely give the Aussies and Kiwis a huge advantage.

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    Watching Counties take on Tasman the TV commentator said what should be good advice for any team playing Tasman this year - Don't kick it to Tasman's back three. With Telea, Reece, and Jordan, yeah pretty obvious that.

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    Tasman have been playing awesome rugby for fair few years now, great side to watch.

    I see Read is with Counties too.

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    Canterbury smashes Tasman 29-0. Big win next week against the Dorklanders and not only would Canterbury avoid relegation, but they may (may being key word here) sneak into the semis.

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