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Dick must play AJ at 4


Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks, Super 14 on 4 Mar 2008 at 12:07

The way forward is clear. The Sharks MUST move AJ Venter into the second row to attempt to fill the huge void left by the departing Johan Ackermann.

In the first three rounds of the Super 14, Ackies has made a huge contribution to the Sharks’ cause; his mobility and high work-rate belying his age and size. Venter’s achievements, in comparison, appear quite limited. The veteran loose forward seems to be struggling to adapt to the pace of the new game. He is playing a far tighter role anyway and his effectiveness at blind-side flank is diminished by the new laws.

Muir is faced with the prospect of bringing a half-fit Steven Sykes straight into the engine room, or utilising super-sub Albert van den Berg as a starting option. To my mind, neither option makes a whole lot of sense. Sykes has played twice for the Wildebeest now and has failed to shine even in that dismal team. Bringing him in for a crunch game against the Blues wouldn’t be fair right now – in fact, it would be downright foolhardy. Likewise, van den Berg has been one of the match-winners for the Sharks in the first three rounds, providing a huge injecting of pace and athleticism coming on with half-an-hour to go. His work in the lineouts is superb, but he’s not the right man to do a softening-up job in the first half. Moreover, if van den Berg start, who does one bring on? Alistair Hargreaves? Not sure if he’s ready for that.

Looking again at the loose trio, we all saw how effective the Botes-Daniel combination was at Loftus last week. Of course, Botes came off the bench, making it far easier for him to run at the tired Bulls and it would take some big balls at this stage of the game to risk starting the two smaller players in tandem. It would probably make more sense to give Jean Deysel 50 minutes in the number 7 shirt and allow him to build on some very promising signs showed at Loftus. This kid has been there or thereabouts for a while now and is probably due an opportunity to show what he can do. He seem to have a fair bit of pace and a decent set of hands, at any rate.

So, a starting lock combination of Venter and Muller, with Daniel, Deysel and Kankowski as the loose forwards. Assuming a 5-2 split on the bench, we have van den Berg to cover lock, with Botes and one other as the loose forward replacements. In time, that other player will be Epi Taone, but right now, I’m stumped as to who the Sharks should pick in the number 20 shirt.



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  • here, Fishy fishy fishy

  • Comment 1, posted at 04.03.08 12:10:03 by robdylan Reply
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  • So heres the Chunder that fish wanted to steal.

  • Comment 2, posted at 04.03.08 12:12:26 by provincejoulekkading Reply
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  • Proposed team:

    15. Stefan Terblanche
    14. Odwa Ndungane
    13. Waylon Murray
    12. Francois Steyn
    11. JP Pietersen
    10. Frederic Michalak
    9. Rory Kockott
    8. Ryan Kankowski
    7. Jacques Botes
    6. Keegan Daniel
    5. Johann Muller (Capt)
    4. AJ Venter
    3. BJ Botha
    2. Bismarck du Plessis
    1. Jannie du Plessis

    Replacements:
    16. Craig Burden
    17. Tendai Mtawarira
    18. Albert van den Berg
    19. Jean Deysel
    20. Steven Sykes
    21. Adrian Jacobs
    22. Bradley Barritt

  • Comment 3, posted at 04.03.08 12:17:58 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • Hehehe!

    I am Rob’s role model and muse. :cool:

    All logically put Rob – obviously you and Skipper got a good education at that school. :wink:

    I agree that Albertus should not start – he is really awesome at the moment when he comes on late.

    AJ just isn’t what he used to be under these laws – loose trio must either be Kanko, Daniel and Botes or the former 2 and Deysel.

    The backlines could really be interesting to watch – I reckon JP has looked in good nick this season, and only needs more opportunities to really shine.

  • Comment 4, posted at 04.03.08 12:19:44 by Big Fish Reply
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  • DP… I could live with that, but I really don’t see what value it adds having Sykes on the bench. You know where I stand on Brad, so I would also rather see him in 12 and Frans in 22. Assuming Frans starts at 12 and Ruan is fit, the latter would wear 22 leaving Brad out of teh 22 altogether.

  • Comment 5, posted at 04.03.08 12:21:15 by robdylan Reply
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  • I am so tempted to say start with Keegan, Botes and Kanko… something is holding me back, though and I’m not sure what it is.

    Remember how good Botes was two years ago operating at 7 with Britz at 6?

  • Comment 6, posted at 04.03.08 12:25:05 by robdylan Reply
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  • Bear in mind we may have Deon back this weekend. If not this week, definitely next week.

  • Comment 7, posted at 04.03.08 12:25:18 by Nessa Reply

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  • is that so, Ness? In that case, I would start with Beast and BJ and have both Jannie and Deon on the bench. Deon can make an enormous impact coming on – I think far more so than Steven Sykes would

  • Comment 8, posted at 04.03.08 12:27:05 by robdylan Reply
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  • 04.03.08 12:21:15 – robdylan

    Sykes has to starting getting some exposure for the future and a virtually new pack in the last 20 might help up the pace…but if Pienaar is fit perhaps we do need a more balanced bench with him in for Sykes?

  • Comment 9, posted at 04.03.08 12:27:51 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • RD – that’s what he said. Either the Blues or definitely the Lions game. Deon would have to be on the bench for now – hasn’t played in AGES.

  • Comment 10, posted at 04.03.08 12:30:40 by Nessa Reply

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  • DP

    Only concern i have with that bench is that there are only two backs on it. (as you have indicated above) Getting RP on the bench if he is fit would be great, At whose expense I would not say though. THAT WHOLE bench is good enough to NOT weaken the team when they come on.

  • Comment 11, posted at 04.03.08 12:32:17 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • ok, but if Sykes comes onto the bench, it means we use Albert as an impact replacement at flank. That could work…

    If we’re going to give Sykes gametime, though, I would rather start with him at lock, then bring on AJ after 40. So starting locks are Sykes and Muller, with AJ coming on at lock after 40 minutes. Botes and Albert can come on at loose forward… Doable?

  • Comment 12, posted at 04.03.08 12:34:26 by robdylan Reply
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  • The centre issue is an interesting one.

    I have been a Barrit fan since I first heard murmurings from friends who still kept an eye on the Durban schools rugby scene about this kid who tackled like Barry (and was in fact feared by the oppo players), kicked for goal and also was creative.

    thing is though, last year he was still stepping and using a change of direction in conjunction with his strength to run BETWEEN players and get over the advantage line. That is no longer so.

    Steyn does do that, and he also releases well in the tackle. What to do?

    I do think we need more from our central axis if we are to beat the Blues.

  • Comment 13, posted at 04.03.08 12:35:19 by Big Fish Reply
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  • so how about this… start with Sykes-Muller-Daniel-Deysel-Kanko
    Then Venter-Muller-Daniel-Deysel-Kanko (40 mins)
    Then Venter-Muller-Daniel-vd Berg-Kanko (55 mins)
    Then Venter-vd Berg-Daniel-Kanko-Botes (65 mins)

  • Comment 14, posted at 04.03.08 12:36:58 by robdylan Reply
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  • Rather play Pienaar fom the bench if 110% fit, we need 15 tacklers on the field and surely the Blues will tackle like demons… :roll:

  • Comment 15, posted at 04.03.08 12:37:18 by Charlie Reply

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  • I get on the phone right away to the guy I know, who know someone who once walked past Dick Muir at the supermarket….

  • Comment 16, posted at 04.03.08 12:37:28 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • Charlie raises an interesting point; one that we need to actually raise.

    Pienaar’s defence is still pathetic. Some of the attempted tackles he pulled off in the Stormers match had me tearing my hair (ok, scalp) out!

    Can we really risk putting him at fullback in an open game when he can’t bring his man down?

  • Comment 17, posted at 04.03.08 12:40:04 by robdylan Reply
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  • I still like Stefan at fullback.

  • Comment 18, posted at 04.03.08 12:41:14 by Nessa Reply

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  • Rob,

    I did not want to say that way, but you are spot on… :roll:

  • Comment 19, posted at 04.03.08 12:41:45 by Charlie Reply

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  • DP,

    Tamato or Chilli “sauce” :mrgreen:

  • Comment 20, posted at 04.03.08 12:43:06 by Charlie Reply

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  • yes – I think that much was obvious. Whatever else happens, Terblanche MUST start at 15. He is safe under the high ball, kicks with purpose, tackles well and makes a meaningful impact when joining the line. Steyn fails on at least two of those counts every week and his stupid “drop-goal-at-all-costs” thing is starting to irritate me.

  • Comment 21, posted at 04.03.08 12:44:07 by robdylan Reply
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  • OK, well, let’s go with that, then. Rory did not play well against the Bulls, sure, but he made 100% of his tackles, at least. That factor alone means he retains number 9. He is also a more reliable goalkicker than Pienaar.

    In fact, Rory is just an all-round more reliable player than Pienaar.

  • Comment 22, posted at 04.03.08 12:45:25 by robdylan Reply
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  • If I had to choose a starting XV between Terblanche and Pienaar, i am afraid Pienaar would be the unlucky one.

  • Comment 23, posted at 04.03.08 12:45:51 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Okay then – Rory at 9 and Stefan at 15. Where are we putting Frans?

  • Comment 24, posted at 04.03.08 12:47:24 by Nessa Reply

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  • How did Odwa play against the Bulls? I was so wrapped up in the action, I can’t really recall whether he had a good, average, or bad game all round. My gut-feel is that he didn’t do anything glaringly wrong, but also wasn’t absolutely top-notch.

    Thoughts?

  • Comment 25, posted at 04.03.08 12:47:53 by robdylan Reply
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  • I see DP has him at 12 – with Brad on the bench?

  • Comment 26, posted at 04.03.08 12:48:13 by Nessa Reply

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  • RD – average. Better than the week before but still not great.

  • Comment 27, posted at 04.03.08 12:48:39 by Nessa Reply

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  • I am farting against thunder, but Frans is on the bench, for me.

  • Comment 28, posted at 04.03.08 12:48:48 by robdylan Reply
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  • Waylon on the wing for a bit? Gives us the option to play either Steyn or Jacobs at 13…

  • Comment 29, posted at 04.03.08 12:49:42 by robdylan Reply
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  • 04.03.08 12:48:48 – robdylan

    We got to give him a chance to be the player he was at 12 in the RWC before we send him for splinters training….

  • Comment 30, posted at 04.03.08 12:50:57 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • Talking about Waylon – also thought he had a better game than the week before.

  • Comment 31, posted at 04.03.08 12:51:08 by Nessa Reply

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  • I am farting against thunder, but Frans is on the bench, for me.

    04.03.08 12:48:48 – robdylan Edit

    I agree with most of your selections most of the time but this is one that i just can’t understand. As DP says, you can’t take a guy from RWC 12 to bench 12 in one move just because the incumbent is not doing TOOOO badly.

  • Comment 32, posted at 04.03.08 12:54:08 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • I do see RD’s point though – Fransie is a bit out of sorts at the moment – maybe bench him for half a game – might just give him a jump start!

  • Comment 33, posted at 04.03.08 12:56:05 by Nessa Reply

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  • He also seems to have forgotten how to pass the ball (Frans that is).

  • Comment 34, posted at 04.03.08 12:56:49 by Nessa Reply

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  • Ness has hit it on the head. Fransie doesn’t pass at all. So look, I’m all in favour of giving him a start at 12 to see what he can do there, but I feel his head isn’t right at the moment.

  • Comment 35, posted at 04.03.08 12:59:12 by robdylan Reply
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  • So why don’t we start with Brad at 12 with Frans coming on later?

    Off to get some lunch.

  • Comment 36, posted at 04.03.08 13:00:01 by Nessa Reply

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  • You cannot start Keegan over Botes…

    “Bear in mind we may have Deon back this weekend”

    Deon Kayser :shock: :lol:

    Anyone got the teamsheets from last year… positive AJ played lock… or was it Flavell in for Ali Williams being sent home… but the battles between these two were epic?

  • Comment 37, posted at 04.03.08 13:05:37 by bryce_in_oz Reply

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  • 04.03.08 13:00:01 – Nessa

    Nah my friend said he wouldn’t pass on that type of advice on the broken phone to Muir…

  • Comment 38, posted at 04.03.08 13:05:58 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • 04.03.08 13:05:37 – bryce_in_oz

    Deon Kayser :shock: :lol:

    No we only play him these day when the other team plays Fleckie against us…

  • Comment 39, posted at 04.03.08 13:07:25 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • Mind you DP… I’m sure even now he could run rings around those palooka’s in the Wildebeest…

  • Comment 40, posted at 04.03.08 13:15:21 by bryce_in_oz Reply

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  • we played Daniel ahead of Botes at Loftus and it worked out pretty well in the end

  • Comment 41, posted at 04.03.08 13:15:30 by robdylan Reply
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  • don’t get me started… Wildebeest make me so cross

  • Comment 42, posted at 04.03.08 13:16:28 by robdylan Reply
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  • brace yourselves… we may be without Bis and AJ this weekend.

    Ruan is also definitely out

  • Comment 43, posted at 04.03.08 13:23:20 by robdylan Reply
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  • Ouch if that is true…

  • Comment 44, posted at 04.03.08 13:37:20 by bryce_in_oz Reply

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  • if thats true rob and ackerman is also not playing, am sorry but sharks are going down bigtime imo.

  • Comment 45, posted at 04.03.08 13:41:46 by cab Reply

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  • CAB

    I have the same feeling. :sad:

  • Comment 46, posted at 04.03.08 13:47:36 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • from the Sharks site:

    “For the Blues match this weekend, fans of Ruan Pienaar are going to be saddened to hear that he has another week to before making his return. “Ruan has been ruled out,” confirmed Muir. “He’ll be ready next week, so we’re not taking any chances on him”

    His replacement Rory Kockott has proved to be a valuable member of the squad, and the coach explained that, “Rory takes on a lot of the pressure on himself – he’s done extremely well for us and is a pretty flexible player who can vary his game, he has many attributes to call on.”

    Muir also pointed out that the Sharks are awaiting news on injury reports, that, “there is still a cloud hanging over Bismarck and AJ, and that affects the team composition quite considerably.

    “We have a squad of 24 for the Blues match which includes [scrumhalf] Charl Macleod and Steven Sykes, and Ackers has left.” “

  • Comment 47, posted at 04.03.08 13:47:49 by robdylan Reply
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  • yeah – I think so too. Without any of Bis, AJ and Ackies, we are doomed.

  • Comment 48, posted at 04.03.08 13:48:41 by robdylan Reply
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  • Ouch…Bismarcks “bruised ribs” :roll:

  • Comment 49, posted at 04.03.08 13:48:52 by Charlie Reply

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  • he he.

    So we are looking at this:

    Jannie, Burds, BJ, Muller, Al, Keegan, Deysel, Kanko

    Bench: Beast, Skipper(!!), Sykes, Botes

    Nope… that pack ain’t gonna tame the Blues

  • Comment 50, posted at 04.03.08 13:52:58 by robdylan Reply
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  • :?: :?: :?:
    What am i missing here?

    “there is still a cloud hanging over Bismarck and AJ, and that affects the team composition quite considerably.

    “We have a squad of 24 for the Blues match which includes [scrumhalf] Charl Macleod and Steven Sykes, and Ackers has left.”

    You have a lock/flank and a hooker with injury concerns but the two extra guys in the squad are a lock and a scrumhalf :?: :?:

  • Comment 51, posted at 04.03.08 13:53:32 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • Charlie – you saucy fellow!

  • Comment 52, posted at 04.03.08 13:53:44 by robdylan Reply
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  • Cab has a point about the size of the proposed loosies vs the Blues:

    Nick Williams 1.91m / 120kg
    Jerome Kaino 1.96m / 109kg
    Justin Collins 1.94m / 101kg
    Versus
    Jacques Botes 1.82m / 98kg
    Keegan Daniel 1.88m / 92kg
    Ryan Kankowski 1.93m /105kg

  • Comment 53, posted at 04.03.08 13:56:51 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • yeah – there are some names missing there.

    I reckon the 24 are:

    Beast, Jannie, BJ, Burden, Bismarck, Skipper, Johann, Al, Steven, JB, Keegan, Wolla, Kanko, AJ, Rocket, Charl, Fred, Brad, Frans, Waylon, Odwa, Stefan and Adi plus one other… not sure who, though.

  • Comment 54, posted at 04.03.08 13:58:01 by robdylan Reply
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  • yep KSA, rob
    this is really dissapointing news, i thought the sharks could take this one at home with the durbs humidity and really set the cat among the pidgeons. Burden has made a great change, all credit but i’d play jannie at 2 for this one. Blues pack is brutal.
    1. carstens 2. jannie 3. bj
    4. Muller 5. Albert
    6. Botes 7. Deysel 8. Kanko

    Not sure if its going to be enough, perhaps with the humidity a plan is to run them around a bit with daniels in there too, but that is not really the sharks game, imo its based on a solid pack fundamentally.

  • Comment 55, posted at 04.03.08 13:58:18 by cab Reply

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  • now this confuses me. According to my (somewhat faulty) logic, that Blues trio should never work under the new laws. What am I missing?

  • Comment 56, posted at 04.03.08 13:59:11 by robdylan Reply
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  • Jean Deysel 1.91m / 110kg might be better starting ahead of either Daniel or Botes and then they come off the bench in the second half…

  • Comment 57, posted at 04.03.08 13:59:19 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • Jannie at 2? Naaaah, bru… don’t think he’s ever played there.

    BJ was a hooker at u21 level, though.

    Problem you have is that cohesion/timing in the lineouts only comes through gametime. So you are effectively screwed if you try to introduce a new hooker during the week.

    Quite honestly, I think we need to persevere with Skipper and make sure he only throws to Albert at 2. He seemed to get that one right most of the time on Saturday. He is actually fine in the tight exchanges.

  • Comment 58, posted at 04.03.08 14:01:49 by robdylan Reply
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  • Depends on the game we want to play. Not sure trying to run the Blues off their feet is such a good idea at this stage!

  • Comment 59, posted at 04.03.08 14:03:04 by robdylan Reply
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  • 04.03.08 14:03:04 – robdylan

    Our previous efforts at running teams off their feet in the Durban himidity ended up looking more like juggling headless chickens impressions…

  • Comment 60, posted at 04.03.08 14:05:06 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • DP,
    those stats of yours could very well be the tale of the tape so to speak.
    sure size aint everything, but its a very big reason why the blues and Saders are chomping everyone.

  • Comment 61, posted at 04.03.08 14:07:02 by cab Reply

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  • No mention of Deon?

  • Comment 62, posted at 04.03.08 14:07:20 by Nessa Reply

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  • DP, that’s kind of what I meant.

    Maybe the Blues will be kind to us and play with only 14 men for a quarter of the match

  • Comment 63, posted at 04.03.08 14:07:27 by robdylan Reply
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  • 04.03.08 13:59:11 – robdylan
    cos while everyone has been banging on about the need for fitter faster loosies they forget to take into account that the two leading teams have precisely the opposite. the same goes for the Saders, great tight 5 and on top of that Reid at blindside (a former lock) and another tank in Tuali at 8.

  • Comment 64, posted at 04.03.08 14:10:45 by cab Reply

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  • 04.03.08 14:10:45 – cab

    Yes but they are fast co-ordinated tanks….our friend Jake White may have a word to say on this topic.

  • Comment 65, posted at 04.03.08 14:14:53 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • hehe..JW had it spot on all along.

  • Comment 66, posted at 04.03.08 14:18:38 by cab Reply

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  • I don’t mean to be negative before fully giving the guy a chance but based on the utterances of the new Bok coach and his foolish S14 predictions…I’m not so sure he will have it spot on come the Tri-nations

  • Comment 67, posted at 04.03.08 14:21:49 by Dive Pass Reply

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  • A good big un will always beat a good little un. no brainer ;)

  • Comment 68, posted at 04.03.08 14:22:10 by yossarian Reply

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  • Ness – no mention of Deon

  • Comment 69, posted at 04.03.08 14:25:50 by robdylan Reply
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  • I left out JPP above. Why do I ALWAYS leave him out?

  • Comment 70, posted at 04.03.08 14:49:19 by robdylan Reply
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  • Keegan 1.88m?? You sure???

  • Comment 71, posted at 04.03.08 15:47:08 by Villie Reply
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  • Dive Pass

    Let’s hope that the ELV’s aren’t used in the Tri Nations then. Maybe we should side with the North in this regard? :razz:

  • Comment 72, posted at 04.03.08 15:50:46 by Villie Reply
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  • that’s what the official stats say.

    I have always been a bit skeptical… thought he was a good inch or two shorter than that

  • Comment 73, posted at 04.03.08 15:50:49 by robdylan Reply
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  • Rob,

    I wouldn’t have him any taller than Botes. I would say 1.82m at the most.

    I know he has been bulking up but didn’t think there was a way of making him stretch!! :lol:

  • Comment 74, posted at 04.03.08 15:55:00 by Villie Reply
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  • maybe he was standing on tip toes when they measured him?

  • Comment 75, posted at 04.03.08 15:57:42 by robdylan Reply
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  • I have sent him a message to check…

  • Comment 76, posted at 04.03.08 15:59:41 by robdylan Reply
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  • RD – the stats and player profiles on the Sharks blog are not all that accurate. Last year Craig Burden’s profile said he loved surfing – Craig says he can’t surf to save his life? One wonders …

  • Comment 77, posted at 04.03.08 16:00:52 by Nessa Reply

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  • Keegan just confirmed. He’s 1.85m

  • Comment 78, posted at 04.03.08 21:47:56 by robdylan Reply
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  • What’s his girth Rob?

  • Comment 79, posted at 05.03.08 01:31:53 by bryce_in_oz Reply

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  • stupid article. the game starts at 7pm so what point is there to play aj at 4. he will be tired by game time.

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