The Brumbies are looking for some much needed momentum going into their finals match against whichever Kiwi juggernaut they draw in the pool. The reds are scrambling for a much needed moral boosting win after yet another horror season once again driven by what seems like poor fitness and bad coaching. The Brumbies welcome back […] The post Reds v Brumbies 20 […]
Barker v Alloys By Up_the_guts. Coming into the game Baker were clear favourites, and their performance showed us why, coming up trumps with a 36-5 victory over Aloys. Both teams tested each other out early, but not long into the first half a good driving maul allowed for Will Lloyd (B) to touch down for his […] The post CAS Rugby round 2 2017 appeared first […]
If you look at the cold hard facts this should be a dead easy win for the wallabies. The third ranked side in the world against the tenth. A southern hemisphere giant against a pacific island minnow. But like most things things just aren’t that simple. So let me tell you a story that Reg […] The post Australia v Fiji appeared first on Green and Gold Rugby. […]
The Blues took their home game against the Reds to Apia in Samoa. In my opinion inspirational idea even if ticket prices kept many fans away. The Blues were hot favourites for this game and deservedly so as no Aussie side has beaten a Kiwi team since march 1892. Or so it seems. The Match […] The post Blues v Reds appeared first on Green and Gold Rugby.
Wednesday’s Rugby News has a super meeting in Adelaide, a possible government intervention in the ARU, a positive Mick Byrne and the ABs’ thoughts on the WBs’ defence. The post Wednesday’s Rugby News appeared first on Green and Gold Rugby.
As part of the fallout from the 1st Rugby Championship game its been interesting to hear the Australian coaching team talk. Stephen Larkham – “I don’t think it was necessarily a poor performance, there were just too many errors” It’s an interesting comment and in truth I get what Larkham is trying to say, that […] The post Bledisloe One Analysis – Wallabies […]
Yes, we had a week off. So sue us! But we’re back this week to look at the weekend that was in rugby, slightly hungover because after what we saw on Saturday night we decided the best course of action was to try and drink it from memory. It didn’t work. So we’ll take a […] The post The Tuesday Top 5 appeared first on Green and Gold Rugby.
The Set Up As a Wallabies supporter, it’s hard to stomach the result and it’s natural to start grasping at straws to explain what happened. It’s still a bit raw for me, so I’m going to focus on one part of the game where Australia had some sort of parity with the All Blacks. Both […] The post Brian Smith’s Analysis: Red Zone Attack appeared first on Green an […]
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