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Bound for Glory ?

Bound for Glory ?

Your GAGR Wallabies XXIII (& their nicknames) – Bledisloe 2.

The ballots have closed and over 70 GAGR’s wise and true and Yowie, have cast their vote.

Just who’s in and who’s out of the GAGR team for test #2 is revealed below, with it all to play for, this is the Wallabies team you’ve entrusted on the journey, Bound for Glory

GAGR Wallaby XXIII

  1. James ‘Jimmy Slips’ Slipper
  2. Brandon ‘Lightning’ Paenga-Amosa
  3. Allan ‘7A’s’ Alaalatoa
  4. Darcy ‘Lurch’ Swain (tied with) Matt ‘The Bull-shitter’ Philips.
  5. Lukhan ‘FKA’ Salakaia-Loto
  6. Rob ‘Sideshow-Bob’ Valentini
  7. Michael ‘Lee Majors’ Hooper ©
  8. Isi ‘The Other One’ Naisarani
  9. Tate ‘Billy the Kid’ McDermott
  10. Noah ‘Genesis’ Lolesio
  11. Marika ‘The Exocet’ Koroibete
  12. Hunter ‘The Squatter’ Paisami
  13. Len ‘TBA’ Ikitau
  14. Andrew ‘The Ginger Ninja’ Kellaway
  15. Tom ‘Bastards’ Banks
  16. Jordan ‘Hercules’ Uelese
  17. Angus ‘The Bull’ Bell
  18. Taniella ‘The Abattoir’ Tupou
  19. Lurch or The Bull-shitter (above tie)
  20. ‘Dirty’ Harry Wilson
  21. Lachie ‘Mad Dog’ Swinton (as part of a 6/2 bench instead of The Clydesdale)
  22. Nic ‘The Lip’ White
  23. Matt ‘Two-Cows’ To’omua
  24. Reece ‘The Clydesdale’ Hodge (as part of a 5/3 bench instead of Mad Dog)

In a different life I recall some brilliant Kiwi Aussie band once saying ‘history never repeats’, so based on that we will leave Sheep Shagger-ville at 1-1 and hi-ho, hi-ho, it’s off to Perth we go, for a decider at Optus Stadium, where, interestingly, the Kiwi’s have a 100% loss record. Don’t believe me check it out here, I am a stickler for the facts.

Come-on Aussie, come-on.

Actual voting results below.

Hoss.

Starting Piggies

Starting Piggies

Starting Fairies

Starting Fairies

Reserve Piggies

Reserve Piggies

Reserve Fairies

Reserve Fairies

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Masters from the Uni of Life, majoring in BS. Call the Hunter Valley home and a passionate Wallabies, Tah's and then the also-rans of Oz rugby next. Yearn for the days when uppitty Kiwis knew their place - losing in dying stages of Bledisloe's or as garbage collectors.

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