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The Sydney Sevens might be full, but there’s still space at the 2016 instalment of the annual Crescent Head Rugby Sevens on Saturday, February 20th. The Sevens tournament is hosted by the Kempsey Rugby Union Club on the Mid North Coast of NSW and is close to ensuring a capacity field of 32 men’s and 12 women’s teams competing for the $17,000 in prize money on offer. Club Vice President Jarrod Lipscombe believes the class and calibre of players on show will be second to none and will continue what has been a strongly contested competition over its history. Lipscombe said…
The 2015 Reds Long Lunch was held today at the Brisbane Exhibition centre. After a less than great year, it was heartening to see a very strong crowd at the function [surely it was the G&GR promotion – Ed.]. Nick McArdle was MC again and first up was David Campese with Bob Dwyer to represent the 1991 (& 1995) RWC campaigns. A theme we heard from again and again from the rest of the guests was the culture that surrounded the most successful sides and the leadership roles that various members in each of the most successful sides had. Our regular G&GR contributor…
Well there has been a lot of comment and some very heated debate and of course the usual blaming of players. How about we actually have a look at some key moments where I think the game was actually lost. 72.50 The Wallabies have a lineout and the ball is carried midfield where the ruck is set. 73.13 White runs from the base of the ruck across field and gets dominated in the tackle. 73.19 Pick and Drive by Mann-Rae who barely makes the gain line. 73.29 Pick and Drive by Alexander who is totally dominated in the ensuing tackle…
Gnostic debates the theory of playing two playmakers, how it has come about and what the merits and limitations of the system are.
Gnostic asks what is the best balance of the Wallabies back three when playing two 15s?