All posts tagged "tri-nations"

  • Wallabies
    Wallaby Blind Side Flanker of the Decade

    The Blind Side Flanker position has been an interesting one for Australia, not only over the last...

  • Rugby
    Wallaby Number 8 of the Decade

    Finally! On to the REAL men.  The pigs. The pack. The piano movers. The forwards! Starting at...

  • ACT Brumbies
    Wallaby Winger of the Decade

    From the period 2000-2009, eighteen different men have worn either the Wallaby Number Eleven or Fourteen jerseys...

  • Rugby
    The winner: G&GR Wallaby Player of the Year

    What a tremendous end to the season, both for the Wallabies and for this competition. Those who have been following the points tally may well be aware that the competition came down to the very last test against Wales. As a reminder, after every test of the season Green and Gold Rugby...

  • Rugby
    The G&GR Wallaby Player of the Year – Domestic Rugby Series

    The Wallabies started their 2009 test campaign against Italy in Canberra all the way back in June. ...

  • Wallabies
    Live Score: Gloucester vs Wallabies

    Final Score: Gloucester 5 – Wallabies 36 click below for Gagger’s full and exclusive coverage of this game.

  • England
    Experts: Wallabies Grand Slam predictions

    GREEN AND GOLD RUGBY EXCLUSIVE It’s been 25 years since we last had a crack at a Grand Slam (why?) and won it. So can Australia do it again with the current Wallabies mob? G&GR talked to a number of Aussie rugby experts, and here’s what they came up with: Lote Tuqiri...

  • Wallabies
    Where does Giteau go?

    It’s taken two domestic seasons to do it, but through the unveiling of the squad to go to Europe this spring, together with a revolutionary new leadership team of Rocky Elsom and Berrick “sookface” Barnes, Robbie Deans has well and truly put his stamp on the Wallabies. However, if silly season press...

  • Rugby
    G&GR 3Ns Fantasy & Tipping – The Champs

    Saturday’s disappointment in Wellington signaled the close of the 2009 Tri-Nations, and brought about the close of our fantasy and tipping comps. The numbers are in, the results have been tallied, so let’s take a look! Everyone pretty much bombed this week in the fantasy comp. The scores were much lower than...

  • Rugby
    Behind the scenes of the “Secret Summit”

    Robbie Deans: Hi lads, thanks so much for coming on such short notice. Chris Hickey: No problems Robbie. Andy Friend: The Brumbies are glad to have the opportunity. John Mitchell: Yes, Robbie, just like old times hey? But seriously, I just want to say what an honour it is for me, I...

  • Rugby
    At least we won the Netball

    Diamonds by name, Diamonds by nature. What a credit to Australia our netball chicks are. When the going got tough in the far reaches of Outer Invercargill yesterday the Diamonds got going in a tense series decider. Each time the Silver Ferns came back into the game and threatened to overtake Australia they stepped up the pressure...

  • All Blacks
    Wobblies woefull in Wellington

    So far this season the Wallabies have let themselves down in just one, sometimes two facets of the game. Tonight, they fucked every single one. The scrum, lineout, breakdown, kicking, discipline, running, passing; all sucked. It was only an average defensive performance that kept them anywhere near the match. The heroics in...

  • All Blacks
    Wallabies vs All Blacks – Bledisloe 3 preview

    Much has been made of the Wallabies ‘new dawn’ since beating the Bokkies two weeks ago. It is hard to believe the week before that they were being written off as ‘second raters’ who were not up to the test of international rugby. An objective observation leads to the conclusion the Wallabies...

  • South Africa
    Video: Less serious lessons from Brissie

    My favourite out of this lot is the supporter with the well adjusted priorities. If he’s you, or you know him, get in touch! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9McupBCuDk

  • Rugby
    Bok joy: Tri-Nations champions

    South Africa 32 New Zealand 29 In the best Tri-Nations match of the series to date the Springboks defeated the All Blacks in Hamilton last night to claim the Tri-Nations Trophy outright. This is the first time the Boks have defeated NZ three matches in a row since 1949; they are deserved...

  • Rugby
    All Blacks v Springboks: the final countdown

    The big question on everyone’s lips in the crunch Tri-Nation’s test in Hamilton on Saturday is whether South Africa will revert to type by employing their successful aerial game last seen in Capetown a couple of tests ago. This successful strategy which contributed mightily to them winning their three home tests is...

  • Rugby
    Analysis: “And now, repeat”

    As we all calm down from the weekend, the big questions have become; a) how the hell did we do it, and b) can we do it again? Looking at both the head to head and series stats for the game (at the bottom of the post), there is only one for...

  • Rugby
    Deans Revolutionises Australian Sport

    The Wallabies’s comprehensive 21-6 win over the World Champion Springboks on the weekend is all the vindication...

  • All Blacks
    Tri-Nations Ladder – Week 8

    Despite a great showing in match 7, Robbie’s young developmental squad no longer have even a mathematical chance (my favourite kind of chance) to win the Tri-Nations. I’ve looked at all possible outcomes from this weekends match and produced the table below to show the path to glory as the Boks and...

  • Rugby
    Bill Whatanui questions All Blacks’ mana

    Just off the Skype interviewing an old mate of mine in Kiwiland, Wiremu ‘Bill’ Whatanui from Whangamomona;...