Super League and Rugby League Abroad
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There are a lot of players punching above their weight whilst representing their country. Issue is do they have what it takes to grind it out week after week in the NRL?
Arise Sir Waste Anasta, Tool of the highest order!
Haven't been impressed with him at all - had a reasonable first game but done nothing since - normally a half or 5/8 playing out of position. Lot of hype because he is related to Michael Cheika.
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Thought I remembered the name, played for Shamrocks same club as my young fella, hes a Balmain Junior
Played in the same Balmain SG Ball team as Suli and Seyfarth. A standout against that big aggressive Sharks' team with the other two. I can't understand how we let him go to Souths as he made the junior Blues' Pathways squad. Excellent talent and we should have him back. Best positions half, five eighth or centre.
For god's sake don't let Gimp Teddy, blouse tapeworm Moses or that furry dullard bloke who likes to have feeds with his missus know that, they won't leave the poor bloke alone. They will be bashing his ear asking everything from how to cure hemorrhoids, what's the best TV dinner you can buy and what is the best way to stash brown paper bags full of money to stop it from going mouldy............
I think considering everything they all played well against Tonga, I was expecting a thrashing.
Malcolm Knox: What has happened this week is a pity for the Tigers, a pity for Jason Taylor and a pity for Robbie Farah, who had achieved more than the Big Four put together but was somehow turned into collateral damage. (SMH 25-26 March, 2017)